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HOWARD HOMECOMING & COLUMBUS WEEKEND EXPERIENCE – Northeast Groovers, Bela Dona, Sirius Company ft Kim & Scooby, Sweatband

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Date(s) - 10/13/2019 - 10/14/2019
9:00 pm - 3:00 am

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HOWARD HOMECOMING & COLUMBUS WEEKEND EXPERIENCE!
FRANK WHITE PRODUCTIONS •M2G ENT. & BABY BOY PROD. PRESENTS THE HOWARD HOMECOMING & COLUMBUS WEEKEND EXPERIENCE!
LIVE FROM BRAVO❗️BRAVO❗️
1001 Connecticut Ave., NW•WDC
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13TH
9PM -4AM
WITH PERFORMANCES BY
NORTHEAST GROOVERS
SIRIUS CO. FEAT. KIM & SCOOBY 
BELA DONA
SWEAT BAND
SOUNDS POWERED BY DJ BIG JOHN
FOR $25 TIXS & VIP TABLES
CALL FRANK WHITE @ 202-491-4428 
KIRKY M2G @ 202 550-8140
BABY BOY @ 301 775-7769
VIP TABLES PACKAGES AVAILABLE
$1K 3 PREMIUM BOTTLES 8 ENTRIES
$700 2 PREMIUM BOTTLES 6 ENTRIES
$400 1 PREMIUM BOTTLE 4 ENTRIES
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Are your Facebook ads working for you? Wondering which metrics you should be tracking?

In this article, you’ll discover nine ways to analyze and assess the performance of your Instagram and Facebook ad campaigns.

#1: Assess Awareness

When you’re running social media ad campaigns, it’s interesting to see how many people are viewing your content. You can measure this by looking at two key performance indicators (KPIs):

  • Reach: The number of people who saw your content. For example, if your Instagram ad was shown to 100 Instagram users, your reach would be 100.
  • Impressions: The number of times people saw your content, even if the same person saw the ad multiple times. If your ad was shown to 100 people who each viewed it twice, you’d have 200 impressions.

The importance of these metrics varies depending on your campaign type and goals. A campaign optimized for link clicks, for instance, won’t necessarily need to measure awareness but one optimized for awareness would.

One thing to always review is the ratio of impressions to reach. If the reach is 1,000 and your content received 10,000 impressions, each person within your audience group saw your ad about 10 times on average.

Showing the same ad to people multiple times might cause ad fatigue or annoy your audience, leading them to click Hide Ad and mark the ad as repetitive. In turn, your ad’s relevance score will decrease, leading to a higher CPC and CPM.

In a nutshell, your entire campaign will become much more expensive because the algorithm thinks your ad isn’t relevant, and you should therefore pay more to reach that audience.

#2: Evaluate Engagement

Engagement relates to any metric that reveals a person has interacted with your post, such as:

  • Likes
  • Shares
  • Comments
  • Clicks

The importance of these metrics will vary depending on the campaign type.

For example, a campaign optimized for conversions should focus more on monetary metrics but a campaign optimized for reach would prioritize these engagement KPIs. Why? Because likes and shares can increase the organic reach of the ad post.

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PGAAMCC Presents: Winter Motherland Holiday Party @ Prince Georges African American Museum & Cultural Center – Daily, Starting 11/15-12/29

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Underground Railroad Bazaar Under the Stars, debuts at Winter Motherland 

Friday 11/15, 11/29, & 12/13

To jumpstart the Winter Motherland festival celebration, PGAAMCC will debut Underground Railroad: Bazaar Under the Stars on Friday, November 15th at 5pm presented by Chocolate City Rocks.

The “Underground Railroad: Bazaar Under the Stars” will bring a festive spirit of shopping, celebration and diaspora vibes, featuring a curated selection of vendors, food, and crafts in the museum’s outdoor pavilion. The Underground Railroad: Bazaar Under the Stars is designed to be a vibrant and lively destination where people can pick up a bite to eat, enjoy a bit of retail therapy, and jump start the weekend with neighbors, future friends and fellow County residents. Located at 4519 Rhode Island Avenue. North Brentwood MD 20722, The $5 entry fee comes with a raffle ticket, and there is no charge for ages 15 & under. Live performances, vendors, music and food will contribute to a jubilant spirit of shopping, celebration, and diaspora vibes in the outdoor pavilion.

The bazaar will run throughout the holiday months occurring Friday, November 29th and December 13th. 

Click here for Underground Railroad: Bazaar Under the Stars Online Ticket Purchases @ https://www.eventbrite.com/e/underground-railroad-bazaar-under-the-stars-tickets-77148644673

Click for Underground Railroad: Bazaar Under the Stars Vendor Village application @ https://forms.gle/rkxqzcRWv7px1QYAA

Explore the Region’s newest festival: Winter Motherland full of vendors, culture and family friendly fun.

Winter Motherland presented by Prince George’s African American Museum and Cultural Center (PGAAMCC) is the newest cultural offering to the DMV celebrating black holidays and cultural traditions. Tis’ the season to get cultured, featuring art, music, food, talks, tours, holiday movies, and the best in buy black holiday shopping. https://pgaamcc.org/wintermotherland/ 

Winter Motherland is the first festival of its kind in the region, inviting everyone to gather together for a f6 week slate of events, exhibitions, and programs. This spectacular indoor / outdoor celebration showcases art, music performances, holiday movies, hot cocoa bar, games, food and pictures with Black Santa, all situated in our unique ‘Buy Black’ Vendor Village’ for must have holiday shopping. If you’re looking for a vibrant welcoming local space to gather, buy black, give back and get cultured, catch the spirit of the Holiday season at Winter Motherland.

PGAAMCC is excited to curate Winter Motherland a season-long holiday festival that’s fun, affordable, and convenient. The Winter Motherland festival is taking place at PGAAMCC is ‘A Home For Black Excellence’ located at 4519 Rhode Island Avenue. North Brentwood MD 20722. Visitors can partake Tuesdays through Saturdays beginning November 15th. Those who want to pick up holiday gifts and support local artisans and entrepreneurs will enjoy shopping at Underground Rail Road Bazaar Under the Stars some Fridays and Vendor Village on every Saturday. 

Ever proud to serve as an available space for the community, PGAAMCC is available for holiday party space rentals. The 3-gallery cultural center is a venue for company events, organizational meetings, social gatherings and more this holiday season. Located just 1 mile from Washington DC’s border, easy to get to for tourists, locals and Maryland and Virginia residents. Vendors are welcomed.

Winter Motherland Festival begins Friday November 15th and runs through Sunday December 29th

Attend @ www.pgaamcc.org/wintermotherland  

Email info@pgaamcc.org for more details. 

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