Linkedin Ads charges

Ramp has processed transactions for Linkedin Ads.

You might see Linkedin Ads listed on your credit card statement as:
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Linkedin Ads could appear on your statement as:

What is Linkedin Ads?

Linkedin Ads is a social media advertising platform that provides businesses with a unique opportunity to reach a highly targeted audience of professionals and decision-makers. With over 700 million active users, including over 55 million registered companies, the platform offers a wealth of advertising solutions that can help businesses achieve their marketing goals.

  1. Sponsored Content: A type of advertising that lets businesses promote their organic LinkedIn content to a wider audience.
  2. Sponsored Messaging: A type of advertising that lets businesses deliver personalized messages to their target audience's LinkedIn inbox.
  3. Dynamic Ads: A type of advertising that lets businesses create personalized ads that are automatically generated based on the LinkedIn member's profile data, such as photo, company name, and job title.
  4. Text Ads: A type of advertising that lets businesses create simple text ads that appear on the LinkedIn desktop, mobile, and tablet sites.
  5. LinkedIn Ads Reporting: A tool that provides businesses with insights into the performance of their LinkedIn ads, including data on ad clicks, impressions, and engagement.
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