Thursday, November 11, 2010

Facebook Ready To Serve 1 Trillion Ads

Social media is shaking the online advertising marketplace with the help of social network monster Facebook, just like Mr. Google did back in the beginning of the year 2000. Yes, the web 2.0 site that we all using to connect and communicate with our peers and business audience.

The company is on its way to serve more than 1 trillion ads! And maybe the movie "The Social Network" help boost the site's popularity, but movie or no movie, Facebook was in the right path to become an online advertising powerhouse.

Mashable ( ) just report the following social media news:

"During the third quarter of this year, Facebook served up 297 billion display ads, representing 23.1% of the market and more than twice the share the company held no long ago..."

What this mean to internet marketers and business owners like you and me?

Means soon the FB Ads marketplace is going to be full of fearless competition and only those that master the media will survive and make tons of profit from it!

My recommendation is to wet your feet, by opening an advertising account with FB and learn some insights on:

- How to set up your campaign.
- How to find the right audience.
- How to track and test your ads.
- And what products are top sellers.

Don't wait...or your competition will leave you eating their dust!

Be proactive, set reasonable profit goals and create an action plan.

Your truly,

Luis E Galarza,
Web Marketing Specialist.

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