Tiger Pistol Introduces New Ad Capabilities for Instagram and Facebook Reels


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Tiger Pistol, a social media advertising platform, has introduced a new feature allowing advertisers to create tailored ad content for Reels on Instagram and Facebook.

This will enable users to strategically control the placement and quality of their creative, introducing a new era of hyper-localized Reel placements at scale. Marketers will have the opportunity to fully leverage vertical video as part of their broader local social strategy.

Also read: Mobile Advertising Trends: Reshape Advertising Activities

The enhancement aligns perfectly with the evolving landscape of social media advertising and will empower marketers to maximize their impact and drive exceptional results.

Read more: Tiger Pistol Launches New Capabilities for Targeted Instagram and Facebook Reels Ads 

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