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Facebook announced that brands can now include Instant Forms—formerly known as Lead Forms—in all ad campaigns with brand awareness, reach and traffic objectives.
Instant Forms enables actions such as newsletter signups, donor registrations and sample requests, and they enable people to let brands know how they want to be reached and share their contact information.
Instant Forms were also made available for ads in Facebook Stories.
To show men just how easy it is to advocate for their own prostate health, ad agency Erich & Kallman worked with non-profit organization Zero – The End of Prostate Cancer to created a two-minute PSA in which TV host Mike Rowe speaks to men about the importance of routine exams … while getting an exam of his own.
With some prominent web browsers like Safari blocking third-party cookies, Facebook intros it’s first-part cookie.
When a user clicks on an ad served by Facebook, a unique string of numbers will be tacked onto the URL of the landing page. Opted-in first-party pixels on the site will get written into the browser as a first-party cookie, which will be included with any events that get sent along to Facebook. No tracking or measurement will happen until a first-party relationship is established.
No matter if you enjoy taking or just watching images of space, NASA has a treat for you. They have made their entire collection of images, sounds, and video available and publicly searchable online. It’s 140,000 photos and other resources available for you to see, or even download and use it any way you like.