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The iOS 14 Update (or What the Heck is Going on with Facebook Lately)

Ep. 107

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In case you haven’t been keeping up, there have been some wacky things going on with Facebook lately. If you advertise on the platform, you’ve probably noticed your ad results look a little wonky. 


The reason? A little thing called the iOS 14 update. While your iPhone has updates all the time, this update is different... In fact, some would say it’s a declaration of war between Apple and Facebook. Apple users now have the option to opt out of tracking for iOS devices, which is already proving to mean big changes for how Facebook ads track and operate. 


So what will happen to Facebook ads in the long-term? And how will these changes affect Facebook advertisers now? 


We discuss the implications of the latest iOS update in today’s episode. 


In this week’s podcast, Jan Roos takes on a timely topic to address big changes in a major online advertising platform. He discusses what these changes mean for advertisers - both now and in the future, and what you can do to save your ad results. 

 

There’s much more to learn in this episode about scaling your firm, so tune in now!


About Our Host:

Jan Roos is the CEO of CaseFuel agency, which helps law firms generate revenue through pay-per-click advertising. He is a legal marketing expert and is the author of the bestselling book, Legal Marketing Fastlane. It talks about PPC lead generation, a technique used to generate client leads for big and small practices.


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