Digital Marketing News: Clowns for Whoppers, Facebook Dynamic, Automatic Messages

Persado now generates emotionally-targeted marketing messages for individuals. Copywriters, prepare to start feeling nervous: Persado uses machine learning and people’s reactions to previous campaigns to determine users’ emotional profiles and is now launching Persado One, which allows the text to be generated for individual users. MarTech Today

How many people see your content on each digital channel? This is a handy collection of benchmarks covering email, SMS, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Apps and Snapchat. The Drum

B2B Marketers Shift Priorities From Generating Leads to Converting Them. B2B marketers’ top priority for generating more leads has dropped from 46% to 35%. The focus on converting leads to customers has increased from 34% to 42%. MarketingCharts

32% Of Marketers To Bring Programmatic Media Buying In-House. 50% of marketers and agencies believe Programmatic will ultimately become the responsibility of the brand. MediaPost

Burger King Gave Free Whoppers to People Dressed as Clowns on Halloween. BK is taking aim at McDonald’s with a stunt called #ScaryClownNight in which it will welcome people dressed as clowns (as Ronald McDonald himself, or Pennywise from It, or any clown really) by giving them a free Whopper. AdWeek

Facebook’s dynamic creative can generate up to 6,250 versions of an ad. Facebook is rolling out a way for brands to automatically create thousands of different versions of an ad that will vary in content based on who they are shown to and where they appear. MarketingLand

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Personalization Continues to Provide Uplift in Conversion Rates for Online and Offline Channels. In fact, 39% of company marketers report a major uplift in search engine marketing conversion rates as a result of implementing personalization. Econsultancy via MarketingCharts

Twitter Debates Product, Brand-Focused Campaigns To Achieve Best ROI. Over the short-term, product-focused campaigns on Twitter deliver a greater return on investment than those focused on brands, new research suggests. MediaPost

iPhone X first impressions: The highs, lows and quirks. The notch on top is annoying, face detection will take some getting used to but you can animate emoji poop with facial expressions. Apparently the selfie portrait mode is the most redeeming feature. If you’ve grabbed an early release iPhone X, feel free to share your thoughts in the comments. CNNtech

Russian Influence Reached 126 Million Through Facebook Alone. Russian agents intending to sow discord among American citizens disseminated inflammatory posts that reached 126 million users on Facebook, published more than 131,000 messages on Twitter and uploaded over 1,000 videos to Google’s YouTube service, according to copies of prepared remarks from the companies that were obtained by The New York Times. NYTimes

How is this news? People are furiously debating the correct placement of cheese in the burger emoji. Apple puts it above the burger patty — but Google has gone rogue and put it below. Even Google’s CEO, Sundar Pichai, has chimed in on the issue. Business Insider

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