Elite SEM is thrilled to be a part of the Snapchat Certified Partners Program, making it quicker and easier to directly manage client ads on the platform!
CRM data can be used for many purposes, but one great way to utilize it is for improved social ad campaign ROI. Most social networks — including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and more — allow you to upload huge data sets via CSV or TXT files. Learn more here.
What are mid-roll ads? Learn what you need to know about mid-roll ads when you advertise with Facebook in this post. Find out how these ads will perform compared to pre-roll ads.
Snapchat announced that they are releasing a new Self-Service platform to the public in July. This big news has some asking what this means for advertisers and agencies. Find out here.
Facebook’s new shopping ad format ‘Collection’ is great to engage consumers who enjoy watching videos on social media. Read more about how to use them here.
This game changer not only lets you check your ad set targeting to make sure your audiences aren’t overlapping, causing you to lose impressions, but also offers valuable insight into your ads to make sure you spend your budget efficiently.
Social Media Advertising is always changing and evolving, so it’s important to stay on top of the latest developments to optimize your Paid Social campaigns. Here are three ad units from Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest you should know about in April.
Facebook Lead Ads have been a great way for companies to obtain new leads, but the process of uploading their information into CRMs was a nuisance. However, Facebook has finally opened the feature allowing the leads to be uploaded directly to CRM systems. Find out which systems are compatible in this blog post!
As you grow your paid social efforts it’s important to segment campaigns in order to increase spend and drive efficiencies. Here are some tips on how to accomplish this goal.
Instagram users should expect to see ads in their Stories soon. The new video ads could turn out to be a big win for Instagram. Find out how and what this could mean for Snapchat in Katy Lucey’s new blog post.