Advertising & Marketing

Boosted Posts vs Facebook Ads

Boosted Posts vs Facebook Ads
Boosted Posts allow you to quickly boost an already published post to help it reach a wider audience by allowing you to select the audience’s location, age and interest. Facebook Ads are a bit more complex...

301 Redirect vs 302 Redirect

301 Redirect vs 302 Redirect
301 Redirect is simply the code to tell the web browser that the website has shifted to a permanent new location. The 302 Redirect code tells the web browser that the website has temporarily shifted to a new...

Local SEO vs Organic SEO

Local SEO vs Organic SEO
As the name suggests, Local SEO is SEO that is localized. It is geographically linked and it targets audiences in a localized area. Organic SEO refers to SEO that happens organically, i.e. naturally. It means...

Sponsored Content vs Native Ads

Sponsored Content vs Native Ads
Native Ads are types of ads look similar to the original content on the page. Hence, they do not always stand out as advertising. Sponsored Content is a sub-category of native advertising. Sponsored content is...

Direct Sponsored Content vs Sponsored Content

Direct Sponsored Content vs Sponsored Content
Sponsored Content is content is created and sponsored by the admins of the computer’s page. Direct Sponsored Content, on the other hand, is content that is created by others, but sponsored by the company.

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