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Anstagram raise the maximum length of video ads from 30 to 60 seconds
Photo sharing service raised Anstagram maximum length of video ads from 30 to 60 seconds, in a new push to attract more companies to advertise to have with reliance on these ads to get revenue.
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The Anstagram, owned by Facebook, has raised the maximum length of video ads from 15 to 30 seconds in the month of September / September last, this is what ordinary users are still able to publish videos does not exceed 15 seconds in length only.
It seems that Anstagram, which owns more than 400 million active users, is seeking through a new move to attract advertisers with total reliance on advertising for revenue from its service, which is available free of charge to users.
The video ads have begun to appear on the photo-sharing service in 2013 with the American fashion designer Michael Kors, and in September / September last, was presented officially video ads for all.
These ads and allows companies to promote films or new products by targeting users with daily advertising campaigns, using images, video, and photo collections, images and links, as well as video links.
The Sheryl Sandberg, chief operating officer at Facebook Anstagram has been described as one of “the most important mobile advertising platforms”, during the announcement of the company’s earnings for the fourth quarter of last year. It also said that 98 of the top 100 publicly available on Facebook paid to publish their ads on Anstagram also between the months of July and September / September 2015.Viewing:-150
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