Facebook Watch Goes Global
Flight Ads will roll out globally in the coming weeks on Facebook, Instagram and Audience Network
Facebook has launched a new ads solution in the travel sector called Flight Ads.
“We’re making ads more relevant to people interested in travel with the expansion of an ad solution called Flight Ads. Flight Ads will enable airlines to reach more potential travellers based on people’s visits to other flight-related Pages, websites and apps. Previously, airlines could use Flight Ads to re-target customers who had visited their website or app searching for a particular flight. Now, airlines can reach more people who have expressed interest in travel,” the company said in a blog post.
Airline brands can now use Flight Ads to reach those people with tailored ads promoting relevant flight routes. In addition, travellers that visit a travel-related Facebook Page, but have not yet chosen a trip destination may see an ad to visit an airline brand’s site.
People can opt out of any Flight Ad they see by clicking on the upper right-hand corner of an ad. They can also visit their Ad Preferences to manage their ad settings.
Advertisers are already seeing results from testing this new ad solution. Air France used Flight Ads to acquire new US customers, driving targeted search volume to its site, while lowering cost per search by 66 per cent.And Hopper, an airfare forecasting app, saw a 20 per cent drop in its cost per app install using this new prospecting option."
Flight Ads will roll out globally in the coming weeks on Facebook, Instagram and Audience Network.
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