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The only constant in digital marketing is change. The most recent example is Apple’s announcement that iOS 14, an update that changes the way apps ask for and collects user data, is launching in early spring. Basically, this update requires each person using an Apple device to give consent that their user and device data can be tracked by each app individually.  As you can imagine, this is causing quite a stir for digital marketers…

Shopify provides a great platform for setting up an e-commerce store and getting started with product sales. However, attracting new visitors to your store can prove challenging.  Fortunately, Shopify integrates well with Facebook Ads. Facebook Ads lets you show off your products across Instagram, Facebook, Messenger, and WhatsApp. The complexity and options that Facebook Ads Manager offers can seem daunting at first, but AdRoll can provide guidance that will streamline your efforts significantly. If you…

A Google ad vs. Facebook ad — where should your money go? This is a question that many marketers find themselves asking as they dive into the land of paid advertising to increase brand awareness, website traffic, and audience reach. The first step in deciding where you should invest your money for paid advertising — and how much to invest — is understanding the difference between the two main advertising platforms: Google Ads vs. Facebook…

There’s no doubt that social media has changed the face of the marketing world in recent years. Social media has evolved from being a digital storytelling platform that connects people to a powerhouse marketing tool. Thanks to this growing medium, marketers have access to more customers than ever before. Amid the tons of social media platforms out there, Facebook Ads still reign supreme when it comes to social media advertising (a whopping 94% of social…

Cost per mille (CPM) refers to the average cost of one thousand ad impressions or the average amount you pay every thousand times internet browsers load your ad. The “mille” in cost per mille is the Latin word for “thousand,” so to find CPM, you divide cost by impressions and multiply by one “mille” or thousand. The equation looks like this: CPM = cost/impressions x 1000. Some display networks offer CPM as a pricing structure…