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Ben and Jerry’s, "Imagining ice cream” this is ad is on instagram, and appeals to the content on the feed because there are no words being sold, just the image on the feed. this is a new artistic way of appealing to the targeted audience and direct them back to B&J’s instagram account for more promotions.

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How Facebook’s New Smart Publishing Tool Predicts What You Should Share

How Facebook’s New Smart Publishing Tool Predicts What You Should Share Facebook's new "content auto-pilot" tool may be the best gift that brands receive this year