Text and fuck websites

26-Mar-2018 17:57

I received clarification that it is something Facebook will enforce.So as you increase text in your images, Facebook will respond accordingly by making it more difficult to be seen.The test that started in April will be rolled out to all advertisers.I reached out to Facebook, and here is the statement I received from Afsheen Ali, Product Marketing Manager at Facebook, regarding why the change is being made and how it will impact advertisers: Our research has shown that people demonstrate a preference for ads with less text.Image Text: LOWBut you may want to include some text.Here’s an example with a “low” amount of text in it, similar to what we may see in current ads…Here are three more examples of “low” text…In each case, Facebook says you can expect reach of your ads to be at least slightly limited.As many advertisers figured out, it wasn’t always about the amount of text, but where that text was located that would result in a rejected ad.

For advertisers who have struggled with Facebook’s 20% rule, there will be premature celebrations.However, these new guidelines really shouldn’t change anything for those of us who have been using a grid tool on our images.If you have already been smart about limiting text, you should have very few surprises.And if you really want it to be seen, the costs will be high. Previously, an advertiser who used a grid tool on their images would always know where their image falls (more or less than 20-percent).Now it’s a matter of Facebook determining whether the amount of text is OK, Low, Medium or High.

For advertisers who have struggled with Facebook’s 20% rule, there will be premature celebrations.

However, these new guidelines really shouldn’t change anything for those of us who have been using a grid tool on our images.

If you have already been smart about limiting text, you should have very few surprises.

And if you really want it to be seen, the costs will be high. Previously, an advertiser who used a grid tool on their images would always know where their image falls (more or less than 20-percent).

Now it’s a matter of Facebook determining whether the amount of text is OK, Low, Medium or High.

However, the more text in your image, you can expect less distribution and higher costs.