The current release of — Dark Post Engine Review is making waves among emarketing review professionals due to its claim of providing its users with an easier and more profitable way of running Facebook paid advertising campaigns. The commencement of Dark Post Engine happens as a new report surfaces detailing one of Facebook's major livestreaming deals.
Hanif Quentino, creator of e-MarketingChamps, has created a full review and unique bonus for the Dark Post Engine system, which can be seen on his webpage:
Mr. Quentino is considered an authoritative DarkPostEngine review expert, due to his comprehensive experience with paid advertising optimization. Mr. Quentino suggests that Dark Post Engine users also take advantage of launching cheaper video paid advertising campaigns on Facebook as well.
Facebook has recently signed a number of major deals for its live streaming service, netting a wide range of celebrity creators, ranging from subculture famous people barely known outside their niche to worldwide celebrities such as Deepak Chopra and famous chef Gordon Ramsay. The social media giant's other partners in this venture include large media companies like CNN and the New York Times, as well as other internet based outfits like Mashable and the Huffington Post. These deals have been inked with over 140 companies and individual celebrities in an effort to have these companies and celebrities product new videos for Facebook's new and untried live-streaming service.
Intended to cash in on a currently untapped market, Facebook is well aware that it does have a potential money maker on its hand with its live streaming service that already has an audience. Indeed, over 100 million hours of video are watched daily on Facebook, reaching an audience that spans a massive number of people in locations around the planet. With an audience of 1.65 million users, Facebook's efforts to tap into this market could well be the biggest news for the social media outlet in some years, larger even than their acquisition of Oculus and the periodic rumors of the site being shut down.
These agreements, costing Facebook more than 50 million USD are intended to encourage content producers to create a steady supply of high quality videos that will hold them over until Facebook conceives of a better plan to compensate creators. The biggest winners of these contracts are BuzzFeed (who will receive 3 million USD to product content for Facebook), the New York Times (another 3 million USD contract) and CNN (who will receive 2.5 million USD for their efforts). Of the many contracts, there are 17 in total worth more than 1 million USD.
Hanif Quentino's full Dark Post Engine review, as well as his unique bonuses, can be seen on the following webpage:
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