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While advertisers used to be able to run “Page Posts” in everyone’s news feeds, not just fans and friends of fans of their Facebook pages, it looks like that time has come to an end. Now advertisers can only promote their pages to strangers’ news feeds with a new thing called a “Suggested Page,” Adweek reports.
In case you missed it, the Super Bowl happened yesterday. Click here to see all of the ads in order.
Tax season is getting nasty. H&R Block is even going the attack ad route.
The Harvard Business Review gives us a visual interpretation of what Super Bowl ad trends have looked like in the past decade.
Was Coca-Cola’s Super Bowl strategy a fail?
Previously on Business Insider Advertising:
- You Will Either Love Or Hate Dodge Ram’s ‘God Made A Farmer’ Super Bowl Ad
- Samsung Just Made Fun Of All These Super Bowl Ads In Front Of 111 Million People
- See The 5 Best Super Bowl Ads Here
- Did The Super Bowl Power Outage Give Bud Light A Free $4 Million Ad?
- Here’s Psy’s Gangnam Style Super Bowl Ad For Wonderful Pistachios
- Here’s The Genius Way Oreo Immediately Responded To The Super Bowl Blackout On Twitter
- Chrysler Says ‘America Will Be Whole Again’ In Latest Epic Super Bowl Ad
- Here’s The Church Of Scientology Super Bowl Ad
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