Create an ad from a public Facebook page. This pulls in the latest post from a Facebook feed once per hour. It displays the photo, caption, and optionally, comments and like information on the post. The Facebook page *must* have its age restrictions set to 13+ and have no country restriction. It only pulls in posts by the admin of the page, but will pull in comments by other users.

Event Tracking

In addition to core event tracking, this ad format also tracks these events:

  • Video Plays: If any posts contained video, how many times they were played in total

Setup / Inputs

These are the fields / inputs taken to generate this ad. In general, inputs are not required. That said, these inputs are how you customize the ad!

  • Facebook Username/Page URL: The Facebook username or URL of the page whose feed you would like. This must be a public page with no age or country restrictions.
    Default value:

  • Override Name/Title: By default, this is the Facebook user's "full name," but you can override that here
    Default value:

  • Width: The maximum width of the ad
    Default value:

  • Default Image: An image to use as a default in the event the Facebook post does not contain an image
    Default value:

  • Destination (Optional): Defaults to the Facebook Post URL. Set this field if you want to override that.
    Default value:

  • Show Comments: Should comments on the Facebook post be shown?
    Default value:

  • Max # of Comments: The maximum # of comments to show
    Default value:

  • Show Logo: Should the Facebook user's logo be shown?
    Default value:

  • Show Comment and Like Counts: Should the total comment and like count be shown?
    Default value:

  • Hashtag/Phrase Filter: You can make sure posts (within the last 5) with only a certain hashtag or phrase appear, like #funfunfun. If a post with the matching phrase/hashtag isn't found, the most recent is used.
    Default value:

Embed An Example In Your Media Kit

Customers who wish to embed the example on some "Media Kit" page on their website can do so in one of two ways:

  • Option 1: If you have Wordpress and the Broadstreet plugin, you can use this shortcode anywhere in any post to render the example.

    [broadstreet ad="64527"]
  • Option 2: If you do not have Wordpress, or choose not install the Broadstreet plugin, you can embed this javascript code snippet into your post:

    <div street-address="64527"></div><script>
    (function(d, s) {
      var destination = '%%CLICK_URL_ESC%%';
      var js, bjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];
      js = d.createElement(s); js.async = true;
      js.src = "//"
        + (window.broadstreet ? 'init=0' : '')
        + (destination.indexOf('CLICK_URL_ESC') >= 0
          ? '' : '&destination=' + destination);
      bjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, bjs);
    }(document, 'script'));</script>