Integrate Google Cloud Spanner with Facebook Ads
About Google Cloud Spanner
Google Spanner is a Google Cloud-based database system that is ACID compliant, horizontally scalable, and global. Spanner is the database that underpins much of Google’s own data collection, and it has been designed to offer the consistency of a relational database along with the freedom of a non-relational one.
About Facebook Ads
Facebook Ads generates valuable data that can help you better focus your marketing pursuits both on Facebook and in other advertising ventures. It provides you with tools to track your ad performance at all levels, from a single ad to a whole ad campaign and provides insights that can show you exactly how those ads are converting into actual sales.
Popular Use Cases
Bring all your Facebook Ads data to Amazon Redshift
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Move your Facebook Ads data to MySQL
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Google Cloud Spanner's End Points
Move data from MySQL to Google Spanner to provide more scalability
Integrate data from MongoDB and Google Spanner
Move data from HDFS to Google Spanner
Facebook Ads's End Points
Track data on your ad campaigns, including the campaign objective, duration, and status - as well as campaign and account ID's that will allow you to easily integrate this data with related data from other sources.
View information about an individual ad, including what ad set it belongs to, the image used in an ad, and how much you are bidding for the ad's use. Then, use that data to track the overall advertising cost of this ad along with its individual performance within an ad set.
Monitor the performance of a collection of ads that share a single criteria and budget. This data includes the budgeted amount, what remains from your budget, and how that ad set is targeted.
See the ways in which your ads are turning into revenue for your business by tracking cost-per-click, number of conversions, and the type of conversions you are getting. Then you can integrate that data with your ad sets, campaigns, and accounts via their unique ID's.