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A limited-edition Mahone design performed the best, Kehr said, so weve now built limited-edition functionality into the marketplace. He added, We also have another option where brands can offer their geofilters for free to fans, but then tell us what their budget is for the promotion. This means that a brand could say that their budget is $10,000, and fans could launch $10,000 worth of geofilters designs for them. Kehr envisions FilterPop expanding its services to Instagram, Facebook and WhatsApp in future months or years, and thats probably a smart idea since its a bit unclear how Snap Inc. will treat entrepreneurs in its ecosystem going forward. Snapchat, of course, already offers geofilters to brands on a custom basis and is expected by many to extend the features to be created and sold by its ads API partners.
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The first lady of the United States twitter account is about to have a vacancy and, as of this moment, no one knows if incoming first lady Melania Trump will fill it. SEE ALSO: Trump is using Facebook ads to unload Inauguration tickets Outgoing first lady Michelle Obama joined Twitter with a personal, though verified, account in 2011 . It quickly amassed millions of followers. However, once the official FLOTUS account launched in 2013 , Obama switched gears and stopped tweeting from her personal account. Since then, Obama has used FLOTUS to give us a more personal view of life in the White House. Read more... More about Melania Trump , President Elect Donald Trump , Tech , and Us
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The Facebook post has gone, scrubbed off the Internet but the exhibition is running for another five weeks and is free to the public. Back to you. Andrew, thank you very much. West Country businesses are being urged to embrace the uncertainty thrown up by Brexit. Business West, which represents thousands of local firms, overseas holidays are more expensive and as a result, people will holiday in the UK, which is good for us, the staycation phenomenon will continue so it is good for the caravanning sector.
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Do you think there was anything about the Facebook post itself? Perhaps more context that would have stopped people making those comments? Possibly but having read them, it was providing an opportunity for others to say things that, for us, were unacceptable.
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" People expect them to be professionally produced. This can be expensive. But now there's a potential solution: if we do a good job and get enough eyeballs, then Facebook is giving us the opportunity to sell ads that can help pay for this marketing activity. Only a decade ago, the Internet gave us short video clips of kittens and puppies and, thank God, we still have them today. But the Internet has matured. Now, we have kittens, puppies and two brothers hilariously convincing their innocent sister that a zombie apocalypse actually happened. Today, businesses can produce their own TV shows and broadcast live or at a later date to a potential audience of billions on Facebook. Smart business owners are investing in this platform to grow awareness of their brands. The smartest are taking these shows seriously because they know that, like any popular TV show, if enough views are garnered to sell ads, they now have the ability to create a new revenue stream for their business.
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Did you know that Facebook users watch 100 million hours of video every day? It's true. My household accounts for about 30 percent of that number. We like watching kittens, OK? There are more than a billion people using Facebook every day, and video has exploded on the social media platform over the past year. If you're running a business, it's time for you to take notice. Facebook has launched a new program that will enable you to make money from your Facebook videos. According to this report from Recode , the social media giant will soon start testing a "mid-roll" advertising service where you can insert an ad into a video that users can see after they've watched for 20 seconds. Facebook will sell the ads for you and take 45 percent of the revenues. This isn't Facebook's first attempt at video advertising. Back in 2015, companies and publishers were allowed to run standalone ads in a separate video section and, just last year, Facebook opened up mid-roll ads that could be shown in a Facebook Live video.
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Do you think there was anything wrong with the Facebook post? It was a statement of fact of what went day on -- on in a day of education and Dale faith sharing. Not a day of Christian worship in the cathedral, it was out here in the cloisters, so nothing wrong with that, that was the purpose of the exhibition and its launch, but sadly too many of the comments are generated were so negative that I really couldn't have those on our Cathedral Facebook page and it had to come down.