New Bolt Publisher Launch Causes Worldwide Discussion, As Unique Bonus Introduced By eMarketing Champs

New Bolt Publisher launch causes worldwide discussion in the digital marketing review underground, as unique bonus package introduced by eMarketing Champs. Facebook Launches New Retail-Based Ads.

The new Bolt Publisher is causing worldwide discussion in the digital marketing review underground because it promises to allow users to quickly attract targeted-users through Facebook's Instant-Articles platform in a semi-automated way.

HanifQ, an expert internet marketer, has provided a full guide and comprehensive bonus package for the Bolt Publisher tool, available on this webpage:

Hanif regards himself as a legitimate Bolt Publisher review critic, because of his extensive experience with Facebook and Social Media marketing. According to Hanif BoltPublisher users should take advantage of Facebook's new advertising features.

Even though going to brick and mortar stores is still the norm with 92.5% of retail sales being made in stores, e-commerce is definitely the future of retail. Facebook wants to make things move forward by bridging the gap between online advertising and store visits. A new ad format is now available to retailers. These Dynamic Ads for Retails will show users the products currently available at nearby locations along with information on how to visit these stores. Users will be able to visit a product page on the official site of the retailer, bookmark products and see more similar products by interacting with these carousel ads. Target, Argos, Macy's, Abercrombie & Fitch and Williams-Sonoma are already using these Dynamic Ads to target Facebook users and it is likely that more retailers will adopt this ad format for the holiday season. Facebook is requiring retailers to update their online inventory in real time in order to display accurate information to users.

These ads are different from other formats offered by Facebook since advertisers do not get to decide who is targeted. Instead, Facebook will use phone data to determine which users are likely to visit brick and mortar locations and show available products for these stores. This new approach is more goal-oriented and should lead to more mobile to store conversions compared to ad campaigns that target Facebook users based on their interests. Phone data will also be used to determine how many store visits were linked to the Dynamic Ads. Facebook doesn't plan on releasing the feature everywhere and will not offer it to retailers located in malls since store visits would be too hard to track. These new ads should soon appear on users newsfeed if they haven't already seen them and could become a huge hit this holiday season.

Mr Quentino's comprehensive Bolt Publisher bonus and review can be accessed on his official site:

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