Israeli Social Media Segment’s Top 20 Advertisers Led by Protest NGOs, Smotrich Ranks 19th

Pouring Money into Promotion: Top Organizations and Campaigns in Israeli Social Media

According to Shachar Glick, IDF Galei radio correspondent, a list of the top organizations that have spent the most money on their campaigns in the Israeli segment of Meta Corporation’s Facebook and Instagram over the past three months has been published. The list includes Epoch magazine, “Veterans of the Yom Kippur War for the Defense of Democracy,” Mihdal 23 (Failure 23), Afkara (Left to Fate), Movement for the Quality of Power, “Titpater Akhshav” (“Resign”), “Mate Maavak – Nilhamim al-Democracy” (Headquarters for the Struggle for Democracy), law firm Nir Birkiya, movement “Ibadeta et Ha-Tzafon” (“You have lost the north”), Petah Tikva Mayor Rami Greenberg, Memshala Mufkeret (Wasteful Government), Ufkarna (We’re Left to Fate), Petah Tikva Municipality, Urban Renewal Authority and Finance Minister Bezalel We look.

Topping the list is Epoch magazine, which spent nearly 760 thousand shekels on its advertising. In second place is “Veterans of the Yom Kippur War for the Defense of Democracy,” which invested 658.5 thousand shekels in advertising. Third and fourth places go to two protest organizations: Mihdal 23 (Failure 23) and Afkara (Left to Fate) who invested 325.5 thousand and 290.5 thousand shekels respectively.

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