FaceBook Healthcare-Related Ads (April 2010)

Here are some of the new FaceBook healthcare-related ads that were targeted to my profile during the month of April. Several of those that I have posted previously are still appearing, which makes one assume that the advertiser must be satisfied with the outcome (but that’s only a guess).

Previous posts on FaceBook healthcare-related ads:

  • from Mar 8-21 2010 here
  • from Feb 19 to Mar 7 2010 here
  • from Feb 6-18 2010 here
  • from Jan 25 to Feb 5 2010 here

You will notice that the ads no longer have the mention “Become a fan” below, as FaceBook has switched this to “Like”.  If you want to learn more about this recent FaceBook change, take a look at this article by Mashable which also contains a document from Facebook explaining the change.

This post is by no means an endorsement of any of the products or services depicted in the ads, nor is it a critique of the ads themselves.

Feel free to critique any of these FaceBook healthcare-related ads in the comments section.


Stay in touch,
Natalie

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FaceBook, Twitter, LinkedIn

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  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Ritesh Patel and Stephane Paquet, Nat Bourre. Nat Bourre said: #FaceBook healthcare-related ads that showed up on my FB profile in April http://tinyurl.com/2ul88ed #hcsm […]

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