Here is the new Instagram Reels display for multi-advertiser ads
Recent leaks show that Instagram is working on a new Reels display specifically for multi-advertiser ads.
Instagram is one of the most popular social media platforms right now, and it is a huge opportunity for people who are looking to advertise their businesses or brands. The platform has features tailored for these situations, and according to the latest news, Meta is working to improve it.
Instagram is trying out a new kind of ad format for Reels. It groups together different brands on one screen, which shows up between Reels videos. This isn't something totally new – Instagram already did this for regular posts. After you look at one ad, ads from similar brands pop up below it.
You don't have to use this format for your ads. Instagram is thinking about adding it to Reels. If you choose to use it, you'll pay for this kind of ad placement.
This might be good because it could be cheaper, and you might reach more people who are interested in similar stuff. But there could be a downside too. You might not stand out as much because there are more brands on the same screen.
I've never seen this before:
4 ads sharing one single screen between IG Reels.
This is multi-advertiser ads but I didn't know about this rolling out for IG Reels yet. Can't find documentation on it.
Meta's getting greedy here and trying to squeeze more ad… pic.twitter.com/4quejEspFE
— Barry Hott ?? (@binghott) August 16, 2023
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