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Gostou da série sobre remarketing? 🤔
Então me conte se você já usa ou pretende usar esse poderoso recurso no seu negócio. 🎯
Deixe aqui nos comentários alguma dúvida ou o que deseja saber sobre remarketing. ❓
Eu posso criar novas postagens ou vários outros tipos de conteúdo para responder dúvidas mais específicas e aprofundar mais sobre o assunto. 📝
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Hay Nate, wanted to share with you that not only did Tristan get the class Maths award this year but it says “ for Maintaining a high level of mathematical accuracy “ ... He said he is checking his work now and paying attention to different ways of working things out. Getting the results I know he is capable of. Thank you for your help so far.


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YouTube sunsetting call-to-action overlays in favor of new ad extension

Starting in January, YouTube will phase out the call-to-action overlays that have been around since 2009. In its place will come a new ad extension.

What’s the difference? Not much, except that ad extensions can be applied to new and existing ads, while the overlays are created as part of an ad. Just like the overlays, the call-to-action extensions are aimed at getting viewers to click through to the advertiser’s website to take further action. The button can be customized with an appropriate call-to-action, such as “Book Now,” “Get a quote” or “Sign up.” Below is an example of what the extension can look like in a TrueView in-stream ad.

A call-to-action extension displayed on a TrueView in-stream ad. Image: Google.

What campaign and ad types will be affected? This change will apply to campaigns with branding objectives. The new ad extension will be available first for TrueView in-stream ads and eventually to bumper ads and TrueView video discover ads.

Why would you use this ad extension? Why wouldn’t an advertiser just choose to use the relatively new TrueView for action ad format instead of the call-to-action ad extension? Designed for performance campaigns with conversion or click objectives, TrueView for action ads have calls-to-action built in. TrueView for action ads are only available in the in-stream format and when using the Leads or Website traffic campaign goals and they use automated bidding and targeting.

If you want more bidding control, or your primary campaign objective of product or brand consideration or brand awareness and reach, the new ad extension will be something you can test showing with your ads.

Why you should care. This change is a relatively minor one. However, if you are currently using and finding success with call-to-action overlays, or felt limited by having to build them into the ads themselves, be ready for the switch and availability of the new call-to-action ad extension at some point next month.


Here’s to any of the people that have doubted your abilities... ☔️⁣

To the people that tell you that your dreams are unrealistic or too big. ☁️⁣

To the people who have outright told you that you can’t do it. 🚧⁣

Well, you CAN do it. If there’s a will, there’s a way. 💪🏼⁣

If you’re willing to do everything in your power to make it happen, then it doesn’t matter what anyone has to say. 🗣⁣

I had a choir director in high school who once told me, you know you’ll never be able to sing high, because you’re an alto and altos can’t sing high. You shouldn’t attempt the high notes because it’s not what people want to hear. 🎵⁣


I can can sing almost anything I want now because I had the unshakeable drive to become a better singer and I took lessons for 4 years straight and practiced daily to improve my voice. I knew it was inside me already, I just needed to do the footwork, and it got there.👣⁣


Remember....⁣ ⁣
➡️ People say things like that because they are insecure about their own failures in life. For them it feels better to drag someone else’s dream down than to take accountability for their own failures and lack of determination. ⁣

➡️ You are ultimately who decides what you are able to achieve or not. If you start giving other people power and believing their discouraging words, then you’re never going to get to where you want. ⁣

➡️ Surround yourself with people that support you and want nothing but the best for you. ⁣

What are some things that people said you’d never be able to do that you’ve proven wrong? Share your experiences below!👇🏼👇🏼👇🏼⁣