You Want To Advertise Through Promoted Stickers On Twitter? It’ll Cost At Least $500,000 (₦150,000,000+) – Femtoptech

You Want To Advertise Through Promoted Stickers On Twitter? It’ll Cost At Least $500,000 (₦150,000,000+)

August 22, 2018
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According to Buzzfeed news, Advertisers who want to run advert through Twitter promoted sticker campaigns on Twitter platform will have to spend at least $500,000 to do it which after converting it to Naira @N300 to $1 the total goes at N150,000,000. Me after converting it to Naira, I be like: O boy!! See figures..

Back in June, Twitter unveil stickers, which you can overlay on top of
pictures you tweet, and search just like hashtags. Earlier this month,
Pepsi ran the first Promoted Sticker campaign.

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According to a Twitter, $500,000 [N150million] is the minimum amount to use in running this particular advert and from the $500,000, Advertisers can spend from it to run other Twitter ad products. 
So, Who will seconded Pespi? you abi? lol 😂 😃 😄 😅 😆

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