A Marketer’s Guide to the New Facebook 2014

Delivering real business results with Facebook is tough. Brands are crowding in, users expect more, and marketers struggle to keep up with new features.

Based on interviews with Facebook staff, marketing experts and the latest research, our Marketer’s Guide to the New Facebook is your roadmap to the new features, tactics and best practices you need to know.

This guide covers Graph Search, promoted posts, targeting, segmentation and more.

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