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Twitter’s expanding its international advertising program in a big way. Last month the platform granted 12 new markets access to its suite of self-service promotional products, including Promoted Tweets and Promoted Accounts, and this week Twitter has added 11 new territories across Europe and Latin America.
Twitter’s suite of Promoted Products – Promoted Accounts, Tweets and Trends – provide an effective and affordable advertising option for brands of all shapes and sizes. But there’s one important area where Facebook’s ad platform has a few advantages over Twitter’s, notably in how it allows marketers to really drill down in their customer targeting, largely thanks to a richer social graph.
Earlier this month Twitter revamped its advertising interface to make it a lot easier for marketers to setup and launch their campaigns. In particular the new system is a big improvement for newcomers to Twitter ads, with clear campaign objectives and step-by-step instructions outlining what’s possible on the platform.
Earlier this month we looked at data from Twitter which revealed that 14 percent of Twitter’s monthly active users (MAUs), which totalled 271 million as of its most recent earnings, used third party apps to access the service.
Which meant that almost 40 million Twitter users were never served ads.
Twitter has clarified this metric in a new filing, breaking down that 14 percent into three important groups, one of which reveals a startling number who aren’t human.
Twitter’s advertising suite launched back in 2010 and its flagship Promoted Accounts and Promoted Tweets products have become an effective way for brands of all shapes and sizes to grow an audience and boost engagement to generate leads, website traffic and conversions.
Twitter is rolling out a new advertising program called Flock to Unlock, and has partnered with Puma for the launch.
Twitter released its second quarter earnings report last week to much fanfare, and rightly so, as the figures beat Wall Street expectations across the board.
The most closely-watched metric in Twitter’s report was, as usual, its monthly active users (MAUs) tally, which has now reached 271 million. However, buried deep in the presentation that accompanied the release was a worrying statistic: 14 percent of Twitter accounts log on or connect to the service via third party apps, which means that close to 40 million of its active users are never served ads.
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