Two ads, one pageview

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The benefit of having multiple campaigns is that you can take more than one of the 7 RHS (Right-Hand Side) ads.
In Google, you can serve your ad in only one of the 10 spots. One ad per domain. But apparently Facebook doesn’t enforce this rule.
In outdoor advertising (such as on subway trains), a company will buy all the spots. It’s called a “take over”. Research shows that having one ad on each of twenty trains is less effective than having all 20 ads from one train.
Readers, do you think double-serving is a great idea or spammy?
Dennis Yu

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Dennis Yu
Dennis Yu is the Chief Executive Officer of BlitzMetrics, a digital marketing company that partners with schools to train young adults. Dennis’s program centers around mentorship, helping students grow their expertise to manage social campaigns for enterprise clients like the Golden State Warriors, Nike, and Rosetta Stone. He’s an internationally recognized lecturer in Facebook Marketing and has spoken in 17 countries, spanning 5 continents, including keynotes at L2E, Gultaggen, and Marketo Summit. Dennis has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, New York Times, LA Times, National Public Radio, TechCrunch, CNN, Fox News, and CBS Evening News. He’s a regular contributor for Adweek’s SocialTimes column and has published in Social Media Examiner, Social Media Club, Tweak Your Biz, B2C, Social Fresh, and Heyo. He held leadership positions at Yahoo! and American Airlines and studied Finance and Economics at Southern Methodist University as well as the London School of Economics. He ran collegiate cross-country at SMU and has competed in over 20 marathons including a 70-mile ultramarathon. Besides being a Facebook data and ad geek, you can find him eating chicken wings or playing Ultimate Frisbee in a city near you. You can contact him at dennis@blitzmetrics.com