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TapadFacebook Promoted Posts vs Sponsored StoriesThe author's posts are entirely his or her own (excluding the unlikely event of hypnosis) and may not always reflect the views of Moz. There's been a lot of buzz around Facebook's Promoted Post feature over the past few months. I've read several blog posts (the HasOffers post was great) who have tried testing the effectiveness of Promoted Posts vs Facebook's Sponsored Story ads, and thought it would be interesting to do a similar test here at SEOmoz. Before I jump in to the results of my test, I'll give a quick overview on Promoted Posts for those who aren't familiar. What's the Difference Between a Promoted Post and a Sponsored Story? Facebook rolled out their Promoted Post feature at the end of May, allowing Brand Page owners to pay to push content to a broader audience than normal. Facebook uses its complex EdgeRank algorithm to determine which content each user sees in their news feed. So, this is where Promoted Posts come in handy. The Test: Promoted Post vs Sponsored Story