One of my favorite things to do is solve problems by using a tool in ways it wasn’t meant to be used. In this post, I will outline how I did that by using Facebook lead ads to create a quiz.
First, credit goes to Lucas Elliott of our team. A few weeks ago, I talked about using quizzes as a lead magnet. Lucas suggested creating a quiz with a Facebook lead ad. I balked, knowing that it wouldn’t be as dynamic as what I wanted to do.
A few weeks later, I was inspired to try it out. Now I feel crazy for not trying it sooner.
It’s no secret that the holiday season is a big time of year for retail companies. And consumers aren’t just dropping a couple dollars here and there, either. eCommerce sales are expected to rise a whopping 14.8% throughout the 2018 holiday season (while brick-and-mortar sales look to increase a mere 2.7%). So, while the coming Read more
Move over, YouTube. Facebook video is now the top platform for video ads and is sustaining unprecedented engagement rates. Actually, it’s not even a competition anymore. Comparing the number of monthly shares on Facebook versus YouTube videos, one study found that Facebook videos outperformed YouTube by 478%, and another one proved that Facebook native videos have up Read more
Pixel’s camera is designed to help you capture life’s best moments effortlessly. With features like HDR+, Portrait mode, Top Shot, and Super Res Zoom, Pixel 3 uses computational photography and machine learning to help you capture stunning, creative and even professional photos. All you need to do is press the shutter button.
Because life’s best moments aren’t always perfectly lit, we developed Night Sight, a new feature for the Pixel camera that helps you capture vibrant and detailed low-light photos without a flash or tripod. Over the next few days, Night Sight will be coming to the front and rear cameras on all three generations of Pixel phones.
Editor’s Note: This guest post comes from U.S. Army Veteran Daniel Sotoamaya, who shares how Grow with Google and the USO helped his transition to a civilian career after serving in the military for 20 years.
I entered the U.S. Army at age 17, and I had no responsibility except for myself. I left as a senior leader, married to my wife Jen—who is also a veteran—and co-parenting six children. When transitioning to civilian life, I needed to learn how to support my family without the military’s familiar structure and security, and I eventually found a job with the help of Grow with Google and the USO.