Gaming Developers who are advertising their games on Facebook, are to experience much more volumes in Q1 this year
Oakland, California (PRWEB) January 14, 2012
Adomixx, a Leader in Facebook Game Advertising says Gaming Developers who are advertising their games on Facebook, are to experience much more volume from their advertising campaigns in Q1 of 2012, than that of Q4 of 2011.
The Facebook ads marketplace has had a large increase in brand advertising in Q4 of 2011, thus increasing click prices, and competition for adspace which has decreased the amount of volume that gaming advertisers have acquired in October, November, December of 2011. Quarter 1 is currently known to be the best quarter in terms of volume for advertisers, thanks to less brand advertising, less competition and cheaper click prices.
Adomixx always advises clients to have fresh creatives changed weekly and to offer the highest Cost-Per-Action rate as possible to stay competitive in the marketplace.
A CPA bid is always bidding against other game advertisers for the same adspace, the higher your CPA is, the more volume and quality you are going to recieve.
Adomixx's Facebook advertising puts them on par with, Nanigans (funded 3M by Avalon Ventures) & Adparlor who has just recently been acquired by Kansas City's AdKnowledge.
Adomixx is the leader in running Large-Scale Gaming campaigns on Facebook. They offer fully managed Advertising services to clients on a CPA pricing model. Adomixx's proprietary Ads API tool was built to identify and target high-ROI users in Real-time, automatically tweaking and testing thousands of ad variations, targeting and many other variables to deliver the best ROI for Gaming Marketers.