Category Archives: FBX

FBX is not completely dead (yet)

You probably heard commentary about David Fischer’s remark at AdExchanger a couple days ago, resulting in speculation that FBX is dead. Not officially, to be political, but let’s examine the underlying business case. If you’re a small business advertiser, you might be willing to pay a premium to run through AdRoll instead of setting up your ads directly with Facebook … Continue reading

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6 Things To Help You Decide Between FBX and Native FB Retargeting

There are many reasons to do remarketing. We get to create ads personalized for visitors, who are already familiar with our brand and our website; Because it’s a cookie placed on their browser, even business-to-business accounts can benefit from remarketing on Facebook. The real question is how do you decide between native Facebook remarketing and FBX platforms. Native remarketing is … Continue reading

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Facebook Custom Audiences: What Every Marketer Needs to Know

During the first half of the year, Facebook consolidated their ad options, and, suddenly, Website Custom Audiences (WCA) inadvertently became a buzzword that many marketers started to come across.  As the WCA Product Lead at Triggit, I am often faced with the following set of questions when we first start talking to our direct response advertiser clients about WCA. As … Continue reading

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Top 3 Things You Should Be Doing on FBX (and 3 Things to Stop Doing!)

As an alpha partner on FBX, we’ve built our business around learning the ins and outs of this incredibly efficient DR channel. We’ve helped clients across the globe drive record-breaking ROI from their FBX campaigns, and we’ve learned a lot along the way. Today, we’d like to share the top three things you should be doing (and what you should … Continue reading

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Why you need to use geo settings in FBX

There’s little debating the power of FBX or the awesomeness of tools like AdRoll, which is simple enough for a huge range of marketing managers to use with good results. Simple, though, means you don’t have a ton of levers to control – but we’ve found one that works if you’re diligent about using it: geo settings. One of our … Continue reading

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Facebook Retargeting in Brazil: One to Watch in 2014

It’s a new year, and like many of you, we’ve been reflecting on the themes that shaped our growth in 2013. This past year has brought incredibly exciting developments to the digital media world, including the launch of retargeting in Facebook’s News Feed, the rise of the native ad unit, and, perhaps most exciting as Triggit’s global business continues to … Continue reading

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FBX Cyber Monday performance: what a difference a year makes

Today’s post is by Hillary Read, Director of Marketing at 3Q Digital. When Cyber Monday rolled around last year, FBX was only a few months old after its official, widespread release. The results were tepid; Facebook stock closed 2012 at $26.99 as holiday data elicited a collective “meh” from advertisers and investors. This year? A different story altogether, according to … Continue reading

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Use Facebook’s Ad Updates to Dominate Holiday Shopping

Today’s post is by Meghan Prober, Director of Marketing at Ampush. The winter holidays loom larger than ever this year for Facebook advertisers. The shopping season is the shortest it’s been since 2002, consumers are savvier comparison shoppers through the use of mobile apps and social media, and trusted online reviews and peer recommendations are more powerful than ever. Take advantage of … Continue reading

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