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Click-to-WhatsApp Messaging Ads Coming To Facebook
As a company, WhatsApp has always had the mantra firmly against
The user flow for click to WhatsApp ads on Facebook
rumours are true
There have been a few reports surfacing on the net with early sightings of the feature in test mode earlier, but now Facebook has confirmed to us that it’s rolling this out gradually, starting first with North and South America, Africa, Australia and most of Asia.
The research behind the new feature
Facebook has stated that more than 1 million Facebook Pages already include WhatsApp numbers in their posts each month, which implies that there is already a pipeline between the two companies being used by businesses more informally to connect with customers more directly. While in many developing markets, businesses are using their WhatsApp and Facebook pages as their primary points of contact for users, so this would make some sense to expand for Facebook, as the new White and Yellow Pages, respectively.
A new take on an old favourite
Facebook Messenger began
Expanding its messaging ad platform
While messenger ads have been growing in popularity as Facebook fan pages become the go-to for my B2C interactions its reach is limited to only Facebook users. Adding Whatsapp as an alternative contact method will see a higher CTR from messenger ads and naturally Facebook will charge a premium to make its messenger ads seem like an affordable option. Making this a win-win kinda situation for Facebook.
Instant messaging marketing
These endeavors open up a whole new channel for businesses to play in as mobile marketing continues to grow and offer new products and we're likely to see more tools adopt an instant messaging functionality within their marketing efforts. This is only the beginning for IM-Marketing, and we could see future expansion into instant messaging-commerce with platforms like these charging large enterprises like banks or airlines for special management of high volumes of messages or e-commerce and customer service transactions. Do you think that instant messaging marketing for businesses will take off? Have you used it successfully? Let us know in the comments section below
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