Thursday, 14 April 2016

Facebook Simplifies Power Editor?


It appears that advertisers using Facebook's Power Editor can now use the same flow during ads creation that they do in Ads Manager.


Reader Chris Ruberg, digital marketing specialist at OneCommand, shared the screenshot below with SocialTimes, in which he saw the following message when accessing Power Editor:


Build your ad campaign in one place! Now you can easily create your entire ad campaign using one continuous form, without leaving Power Editor.


  • Create your campaign, ad set and ad all in one place.

  • Use multiple images to create up to six ads at once.

  • Quickly duplicate and import ads.



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Facebook advertisers: Have you seen this yet? What are your thoughts?


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Facebook Simplifies Power Editor?

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Facebook Simplifies Power Editor?


It appears that advertisers using Facebook's Power Editor can now use the same flow during ads creation that they do in Ads Manager.


Reader Chris Ruberg, digital marketing specialist at OneCommand, shared the screenshot below with SocialTimes, in which he saw the following message when accessing Power Editor:


Build your ad campaign in one place! Now you can easily create your entire ad campaign using one continuous form, without leaving Power Editor.


  • Create your campaign, ad set and ad all in one place.

  • Use multiple images to create up to six ads at once.

  • Quickly duplicate and import ads.



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Facebook advertisers: Have you seen this yet? What are your thoughts?


PowerEditorBuildYourAdCampaignInOnePlace







Facebook Simplifies Power Editor?

from SocialTimes http://ift.tt/1RPQLhN

via
rgh–

Facebook Simplifies Power Editor?


It appears that advertisers using Facebook's Power Editor can now use the same flow during ads creation that they do in Ads Manager.


Reader Chris Ruberg, digital marketing specialist at OneCommand, shared the screenshot below with SocialTimes, in which he saw the following message when accessing Power Editor:


Build your ad campaign in one place! Now you can easily create your entire ad campaign using one continuous form, without leaving Power Editor.


  • Create your campaign, ad set and ad all in one place.

  • Use multiple images to create up to six ads at once.

  • Quickly duplicate and import ads.



post_middle

Facebook advertisers: Have you seen this yet? What are your thoughts?


PowerEditorBuildYourAdCampaignInOnePlace







Facebook Simplifies Power Editor?

from SocialTimes http://ift.tt/1RPQLhN

via
rgh–

Facebook Simplifies Power Editor?


It appears that advertisers using Facebook's Power Editor can now use the same flow during ads creation that they do in Ads Manager.


Reader Chris Ruberg, digital marketing specialist at OneCommand, shared the screenshot below with SocialTimes, in which he saw the following message when accessing Power Editor:


Build your ad campaign in one place! Now you can easily create your entire ad campaign using one continuous form, without leaving Power Editor.


  • Create your campaign, ad set and ad all in one place.

  • Use multiple images to create up to six ads at once.

  • Quickly duplicate and import ads.



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Facebook advertisers: Have you seen this yet? What are your thoughts?


PowerEditorBuildYourAdCampaignInOnePlace







Facebook Simplifies Power Editor?

from SocialTimes http://ift.tt/1RPQLhN

via
rgh–

Wednesday, 13 April 2016

Facebook Simplifies Power Editor?


It appears that advertisers using Facebook's Power Editor can now use the same flow during ads creation that they do in Ads Manager.


Reader Chris Ruberg, digital marketing specialist at OneCommand, shared the screenshot below with SocialTimes, in which he saw the following message when accessing Power Editor:


Build your ad campaign in one place! Now you can easily create your entire ad campaign using one continuous form, without leaving Power Editor.


  • Create your campaign, ad set and ad all in one place.

  • Use multiple images to create up to six ads at once.

  • Quickly duplicate and import ads.



post_middle

Facebook advertisers: Have you seen this yet? What are your thoughts?


PowerEditorBuildYourAdCampaignInOnePlace







Facebook Simplifies Power Editor?

from SocialTimes http://ift.tt/1RPQLhN

via
rgh–

Facebook Simplifies Power Editor?


It appears that advertisers using Facebook's Power Editor can now use the same flow during ads creation that they do in Ads Manager.


Reader Chris Ruberg, digital marketing specialist at OneCommand, shared the screenshot below with SocialTimes, in which he saw the following message when accessing Power Editor:


Build your ad campaign in one place! Now you can easily create your entire ad campaign using one continuous form, without leaving Power Editor.


  • Create your campaign, ad set and ad all in one place.

  • Use multiple images to create up to six ads at once.

  • Quickly duplicate and import ads.



post_middle

Facebook advertisers: Have you seen this yet? What are your thoughts?


PowerEditorBuildYourAdCampaignInOnePlace







Facebook Simplifies Power Editor?

from SocialTimes http://ift.tt/1RPQLhN

via
rgh–

Facebook Simplifies Power Editor?


It appears that advertisers using Facebook's Power Editor can now use the same flow during ads creation that they do in Ads Manager.


Reader Chris Ruberg, digital marketing specialist at OneCommand, shared the screenshot below with SocialTimes, in which he saw the following message when accessing Power Editor:


Build your ad campaign in one place! Now you can easily create your entire ad campaign using one continuous form, without leaving Power Editor.


  • Create your campaign, ad set and ad all in one place.

  • Use multiple images to create up to six ads at once.

  • Quickly duplicate and import ads.



post_middle

Facebook advertisers: Have you seen this yet? What are your thoughts?


PowerEditorBuildYourAdCampaignInOnePlace







Facebook Simplifies Power Editor?

from SocialTimes http://ift.tt/1RPQLhN

via
rgh–