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200-101 Exam Dumps

200-101 Exam Dumps

Facebook Certified Marketing Science Professional

Vendor: Facebook Blueprint

Exam Name: Facebook Certified Marketing Science Professional

Questions with Answers: 60

Last Updated: 20-Nov-2023

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200-101 Exam Questions

Facebook Certified Marketing Science Professional exams.

An online retailer knows their incremental effect from Facebook ads from their previous Conversion Lift test. They want an always-on attribution solution that allows them to allocate its budget across publishers on an ongoing basis. The challenge is identifying a model that is as close to their true business value as possible. Refer to the following results: Which Attribution model should the retailer choose?
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An ecommerce brand runs a multi-cell Conversion Lift test. The brand needs to determine if bidding in the Facebook auction based on user value calculated from its LTV model versus demographic targeting improves performance by 10%. The p-value for the test is calculated as p = 0.95. How should the analyst interpret bidding based on user value?
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An advertiser recently ran a month-long campaign on a new media platform. This campaign targeted customers who had purchased from the advertiser in the past year. Of the 10 million customers targeted, 3 million were reached. The average frequency for the campaign was three impressions over the month. The advertiser spent $100,000 on this media buy. After the campaign, an analyst from the media platform noticed that customers who received six or more impressions were twice as likely to purchase than those who received three or fewer impressions. To increase the number of users who receive six or more impressions, the analyst recommends that the advertiser double their spend. The goal is to increase the frequency from three to six in order to drive a significant increase in incremental return on ad spend. What primary concern should the advertiser's in-house measurement team have about this conclusion?
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A CPG advertiser wants to determine how much ROI is provided by Facebook compared to other channels, like TV and online publishers. The advertiser runs a digita deep dive marketing mix modeling. Refer to information from the test: ROIIndex ITotalMedia ROI = 100 Facebook Open TV Online Video
91 104
292 Digital vs Non-Digital ROll Total Media ROI = 100 I J Open TV 11
Facebook 0 OLV c::J Non Digital Digital Total Facebook Average Weekly Impressions:6,097,749 25,000 20,000 Impressions ('000)
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Weekly Impressions
MaxROI MillC MMginill •Tnre1hold MaxROI Max Marginal
18,892.266 11,163,61 1
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A start-up ecommerce brand that sells pet products wants to test campaign structure. It would like to determine if it should have separate ad sets targeting different pet interest groups or consolidate all interest groups into one ad set. The brand sets up a multi-cell Conversion Lift test for one month. At the end of the test, no results are available to review, due to insufficient statistical power. Which two approaches should the analyst recommend? (Choose 2)
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