Are you looking to grow your agency but struggling to scale due to the time taken up dealing with clients? Or perhaps you’re thinking to start offering Facebook Ads services and need to know the right way to onboard and service clients? Either way, AdEspresso has the solution for you! We don’t ask you to take Read more
There are several variations of “clicks” found within your Facebook ad reports. Knowing — and not knowing — what they mean could vastly impact how you view results. Do you know the difference between Facebook clicks?
After reading this post, you will have a clear understanding of the meaning of the following:
- Clicks (All)
- Link Clicks
- Outbound Clicks
- Landing Page Views
- Unique Clicks (all types)
Ready? Let’s roll…
Where to Find This Info
Facebook has improved significantly in this area. You may not even realize how easy it is to find this info.
If you’re ever uncertain about what a Facebook ads metric means, simply hover over the header row in your ad report.
The most important part of a Facebook ad is always the image or video. Users scroll through their newsfeed at speed, so you need engaging visuals to make them stop, then with any luck, they’ll read the headline and ad text. Without an eye-catching image, it doesn’t matter how good your ad copy is, the Read more
Editor’s note: February 5 was Safer Internet Day, but we’ll be talking about it all week with a collection of posts from teams from across Google.
Encryption is incredibly important. It underpins our digital security. Encryption encodes data so that it can only be read by individuals with a key. With encryption, you are in complete control of this key, and you can store sensitive information such as personal data securely.
But encryption isn’t always practical, since it would slow some computers, smartphones and other devices to the point of being unusable. That changes with Adiantum, which we are introducing today in the spirit of Safer Internet Day.
A modern enterprise mobility solution requires a flexible and secure platform with advanced management capabilities. It’s what we’ve delivered with Android Enterprise, and today we’re offering additional resources for organizations that are moving off of legacy deployment methods. The Android Enterprise Migration Handbook is a guide for IT managers who want detailed steps and best practices for switching away from legacy APIs.
Why choose Android Enterprise?
Customers and partners like the flexible device management choices found in Android Enterprise. The clear separation of work and personal profiles on the same device is powerful—IT manages corporate applications and data, preserving employee privacy while protecting the security and privacy of essential company information. Additionally, rapid deployment methods—like zero-touch enrollment, QR codes, a DPC Identifier or configuration through NFC—simplify the process of getting your team up and running.