Imagine someone scrolling through Facebook’s News Feed on their phone.
Between funny animal videos, news stories, and posts by friends and family, they pause on your carefully targeted ad.
Perhaps they notice the clever copy, or they resonate with your video’s message. And although your Facebook ad caught their eye amongst the noise, they didn’t engage.
No likes. No comments. They didn’t even click-through.
In reality, that person expressed some level of interested in your product or service, but traditional metrics had now way of reflecting that. That’s why Facebook created dwell time.
Dwell time accounts for the time a user lingers over your ad. This valuable information now gives marketers access to helpful projected metrics like Estimated Ad Recall Lift, Estimated Ad Recall Lift Rate, and Cost Per Estimated Ad Recall Lift.
If you’re thinking about running Facebook ads, Dwell time is a metric you won’t want to overlook. To learn more about this new way to measure results — plus the latest in video marketing news — then tune into this episode of Video Marketing Mastery!
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In This Episode, You’ll Learn:
- Why Facebook has blocked a video of Thailand’s king at the request of the country’s government
- How Twitter is recovering from the loss of the NFL’s Thursday Night Football livestreaming rights
- What a partnership with Live Nation means for Twitter
- How a YouTube channel is using video to attract young boys to become jihadi fighters
- Why Twitter wants to offer more live video to the Middle East
- How Facebook is avoiding ad-overload in their News Feed
- Why Instagram’s revenue is seeing rapid growth
- How Facebook Live helped Georgia sheriffs and deputies save a suicidal teen’s life
- Why Facebook wants to increase the amount long-form video content under their video tab
- How Texas Governor, Greg Abbott is using Facebook Live
- How LG is showing (not telling) viewers how great the G6 phone is
- What Facebook dwell time means for marketers
- How to create content that improves viewer dwell time
Links & Resources
- Read Bree Bauwer’s in-depth article about Facebook dwell time here
See what’s happening behind the scenes in the WireBuzz Office:
Logos can make or break a brand. Take a look at some interesting examples below:
Check out LG’s great example of showing and telling below!
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