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07.07.17
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Submitted by ndion on Fri, 07/07/2017 - 00:59

Which to use to maximize your advertising dollars

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By Nicole Rose Dion, Client Services Manager

I’m no stranger to the social marketing landscape, but given that Instagram is a relative newcomer to the social advertising arena, I still had questions. This year, I’ve learned a lot from Amanda McLernon, owner and social media strategist at McLernon & Co. We collaborated this week to bring you a quick social advertising rundown, originally posted on her site. A question she was asked in a recent webinar gave me the inspiration: “Which is better, Facebook or Instagram ads?” That got me thinking about the difference between the two and how each can be used to market a brand. Discover the nuances and check out the blog on McLernon & Co.

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