June 15, 2012, 10:56 AM —
Part of the advantage of Facebook Exchange for advertisers will be the real-time bidding for advertising that lets companies place ads almost immediately on user's pages. The example given by Bloomberg is that a user searching travel sites for a trip to Hawaii would soon see a promotion for Hawaiian hotels on Facebook.
Demand-Side Platform is the name for Facebook Exchange partners including TellApart, Triggit, Turn, DataXu and four other early adopters. TechCrunch offers a step-by-step explanation of FBX (Facebook Exchange), this time using a Ford Escape ad. The real-time nature of the tracking cookies and bids for display advertising could allow advertisers to suggest users turn on their TV to watch a sporting event and show them ads for jerseys for their favorite team.
they've got nearly infinite data on their subscribers, and they were just not using it to target ads? No wonder the ads weren't working...
Vitor Silva on bloomberg.com
I'd expect nothing less
Carl McGowan on digitaltrends.com
As an advertiser, I LOVE this. As a Facebook user, not crazy about it...
Web Marketing Hero on digitaltrends.com
The web is one big billboard just depends how smart you r whether u pay or not to pay for the ads
Tony Moore on digitaltrends.com
At least then the ads may have some relevance to ME! Not just random crap that I keep hiding!!
Ann Kilbride on digitaltrends.com
Changing my interests to "Eating live baby bunnies." Try to sell that one.
tfcreate tfcreations on digitaltrends.com
No, you can't click a setting in Facebook to turn this off. If you find that creepier than usual, tell us why in a comment below.