You can check out some of these pages for ideas: • H & M : Very interactive Facebook profile. This gave him good publicity as the update on being tagged appeared on the fans’ walls. 8. Fan Pages: Facebook Pages, known as Fan Pages, are designed for businesses, brands, companies, products and celebrities. In fact, the 26 – 34 age group rivals the 18 – 25 age group in both the US and the UK. With this, you can see for yourself what your target likes and design your product/service accordingly. However, if you want to maintain an exclusive guest list, choose the ‘Private’ option and the event page won’t be visible to anyone excepts those you choose. You can find out what people want, what they are offering and also how you are connected to these people on Facebook. Before you know it, you’ll be starting your day by accepting friend requests! If you’re planning a launch or celebrating a landmark event, the ‘Private’ option lets you selectively invite people and give details on a page that can’t be accessed by anyone else. Use Contests and Polls: Holding contests encourage fans to interact directly with you.
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Europe as a whole spent 36.4 billion ($37.9 billion) on digital advertising in 2015, according to the Interactive Advertising Bureau. The consumer packaged goods sector fared the worst when it comes to ad impressions or the number of times an online ad is seen by an audience with only 42 percent of campaigns reaching the people they were aiming for. Adverts for cars also fared poorly, with 45 percent reaching their intended audience, followed by those for computers and electronics, and shopping and retail (both with 49 percent). The best-performing sector is travel, where 65 percent of online ads reached the right people. Nielsen's figures also show that advertising via desktop computers fared slightly better than those shown on mobile devices, reaching just over 53 percent of the intended audience versus almost 50 percent for mobile. Campaigns aimed at people aged between 35 and 64 were more likely to reach the right audience, with 54 percent of ads reaching them, versus those aimed at younger people. Forty-four percent of online ad campaigns aimed at 18 to 34 year-olds were seen by them. "Although 100 percent accuracy is likely to remain a pipe-dream, a school report on digital technology's ability to hit specific audiences might read 'could do better'," said Barney Farmer, Nielsen's marketing effectiveness director in the UK & Ireland. But Farmer praised digital advertising's ability to reach people more effectively than other media. "However, in fairness it's more precise than traditional media and performance is improving all the time, particularly on mobile whose superiority in reaching narrower audiences reinforces its status as the most highly personal ad medium." Consumer packaged goods 58 percent Automotive 55 percent Computers and electronics - 51 percent Shopping and retail 51 percent Entertainment 43 percent Business and consumer services whiteflamesolutions.com 40 percent Travel 35 percent Figures are for France, Germany and Italy, and the U.K. and are for Q2, 2016, released by Nielsen on Thursday.
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