I forgot to post my ad for #girlstories, which launched a month or two ago.
The purpose of this campaign is to empower women from different demographics and psychographics to tell their personal stories using creativity to dispel fear, judgement, and other negative attributes that we may associate with categorization.
Wikipedia describes categorization as:
…something that humans and other organisms do: “doing the right thing with the right kind of thing.” The doing can be nonverbal or verbal. For humans, both concrete objects and abstract ideas are recognized, differentiated, and understood through categorization.
I’m learning about Facebook Ads right now and it just seems fitting to mention this topic today! I love being analytical, because I don’t have to worry about ‘categorization’, it’s just an ‘interest’ hey!
It’s as simple as this:
doing the right thing –> creating campaigns
with the right kind of thing –> Facebook advertising
Facebook’s mission for 2019 is Embrace Automation. Perhaps a further step towards developing AI…
“Using Dynamic Ads, advertisers can upload an entire product catalog and set their campaign time, and let Facebook do the rest. Working in conjunction with the Facebook Pixel, Facebook will automatically show the right products to users who have visited your website previously.” – Ignite Visibility
It doesn’t sound so simple, but it can be!
If we take this notion and apply it to a creative + technical writing style (see my first paragraph), we can attempt to mimic the theory and eliminate a need for keywords, bringing us one step closer to attributing right-brained thinking to adaptive modes of learning.
Check out this interesting article, A Glance at the Past & Future of Keyword Research on Semper Plugins.
In place of keywords, we can utilize Facebook Ad concepts like targeting, audiences and insights.
But, who is the pixel? Or, shall I say: who is Pixel? 😉
Okay, that’s my concept exploration for the day! Back to the matter at hand…
When crafting my ideas, I stay true to (what I believe is) the genuine nature of short story telling: condensed length + resisting the sense of obligation to apply edits to the original draft.
Okay, but I still run a wee minor check before I post – always!
This speaks to the campaign’s purpose – revealing our true self (it ends up being paradoxical at times – think: can we express truth condensed?) while maintaining the raw and gritty nature of our human existence.
At the end of the hour, we remain women (and men), powerful regardless of what we know, how we advertise ourselves and why we do it!
These stories will be posted at least once per month. I hope you enjoy them and if you have any ideas for new character names, I’m all ears!