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Top Israeli Advertisers on Facebook and Instagram Revealed: Epoch Magazine Tops the List with $760,000 Spent

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Feb 11, 2024
Israeli Social Media: Protest NGOs Lead Top 20 Advertisers, Smotrich in 19th Place

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Meta Corporation has recently published its top ten advertisers on the Israeli segment of its social networks Facebook and Instagram over the past three months. Epoch magazine topped the list, spending almost 760 thousand shekels on advertising campaigns. In second place was “Veterans of the Yom Kippur War for the Defense of Democracy,” with 658.5 thousand shekels spent on promotion efforts.

Next on the list were two protest organizations, Mihdal 23 (Failure 23) and Afkara (Left to Fate), which invested 325.5 thousand and 290.5 thousand shekels in advertising campaigns respectively. The Movement for the Quality of Power came in fifth place, followed by Titpater Akhshav (“Resign”) and Mate Maavak – Nilhamim al-Democracy (Headquarters for the Struggle for Democracy) in sixth and seventh place, with investments of 173 thousand and 164 thousand shekels respectively.

In eighth place was Nir Birkiya law firm, while “Ibadeta et Ha-Tzafon” (“You have lost the north”) came in ninth with an investment of 142 thousand shekels. Rounding out the top ten were Rami Greenberg, mayor of Petah Tikva, along with Memshala Mufkeret (Wasteful Government), Ufkarna (We’re Left to Fate), Petah Tikva Municipality, Urban Renewal Authority, and Finance Minister Bezalel Weinberger who spent a combined total of 90 thousand shekels on advertising campaigns on social networks.

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