The current release of 'Group Marketer' software, explained at — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UnpT4ice6Lg, is making waves amongst emarketing review professionals due to its claim of allowing users to automate Facebook groups in a completely naturalized way. The release of FB Group Marketer happens as Facebook introduces a new feature called 'Instant Articles'.
Hanif Quentino, creator of e-MarketingChamps, has created a full guide and unique bonus for the Group Marketer software, which can be seen on his review webpage:
Mr. Quentino is considered an authoritative FB Group Marketer review expert, due to his comprehensive experience with social media marketing. Mr. Quentino suggests that Group Marketer users also take advantage of Facebook's new 'Instant Articles' to drive traffic to their respective offers.
Facebook took a huge leap forward after announcing the full roll out of Instant Articles on Android. Many had been waiting for this release following the launch of Instant Articles on iOS two months ago. This gives publishers access to the format they can use to reach out to the 1-billion strong user base of Facebook.
The social media giant first introduced Instant Articles last spring. The primary objective of the feature is to deliver a better mobile reading experience to their users. The load times of Instant Articles have been said to be 10 times faster compared to traditional web links. This can prove to be a difference maker, as online users tend to hit the back button when the webpage doesn’t load within a few seconds.
Over 350 publishers have already signed up, according to the recent announcement by Facebook. It would come as no surprise if more would sign up in the future, especially after seeing the positive results delivered by the new feature. About 100 publishers are posting every day.
There was a time when publishers worried about losing out on referral traffic. Standard web links tend to load slowly, causing potential readers to find another article to read. But by using Instant Articles, not only do their pages load up faster, publishers can also gain instant traffic due to the sheer amount of Facebook users.
Michael Reckhow, product manager of Instant Articles, also announced that they had been testing the feature with a small group of Android users for several weeks. As was seen with the iOS launch, Instant Articles were shared at a measurably higher rate compared to standard web articles.
Facebook also made clear their rules when it comes to selling advertisements within Instant Articles. Publishers have the ability to serve their own ads, but Facebook turns a 30% cut if it’s the one selling the ads.
Users could tell that they have stumbled upon an Instant Article when there’s a lightning bolt in the upper right corner of the story in the News Feed. Facebook emphasizes that the extremely quick load times of Instant Articles inspires both iOS and Android users to share the content they read with their friends. Considering the success attained by Instant Articles so far, it appears that more publishers would be signing up in the future, incorporating this welcome addition to their overall content distribution strategy. Hanif recommends that all social media marketers consider the use of Instant Articles to enhance their traffic generation.
Hanif Quentino's full Group Marketer review, as well as his unique FB Group Marketer bonuses, can be seen on the following webpage:
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