You can Sort Ads by All Placements, All Industries, Sort By Emoticons, Gender, Country, Buttons, Age Range, Date Range and Ad Engagement.
All Placements: You can sort here all the Desktop News feed ads, right column or Newsfeed mobile ads available in Adsviser V3.
All Industries:You can use this filter to pinpoint and focus on specific industries on your search result. You can sort here the ads according to where industry it belongs like eCommerce, Services, Fashion & Beauty and Games.
Sort By Emoticons: Facebook has launched the new way of reactions(likes) and we are here to evaluate your search results based on how many “Love”, “Angry”, “Wow” etc emoticons an ad has. You can sort here the ads according to its Facebook emoticons.
( Likes, Love, Angry, Wow, Sad, Haha )(Remember that aren't all the ads with emoticons since Facebook just recently launch this like system)
Gender: You can sort the ads for Gender: Male or Female
Country: You can sort Ads on certain countries like Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Egypt, Fiji, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Latvia,Malaysia, Marshall Islands, Mexico, Morocco, Nepal, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Oman, Philippines, Poland, Puerto Rico, Romania, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom, United States and Vietnam .
Buttons: You can find here the ads that have specific call to action buttons such as: “Sign up”, “Shop Now”, “Learn More” and more.
This will help you to spot ads with specific call to action buttons and see where and how these call to actions are used from different type of advertisers.
Age Range: Sort Ads according to its user’s Age range from 0-65. You can defines here which your target group is and consequently ads that have this specific range are displayed to your results.
Date Range: Here you can find ads depending on the days that have been displayed in our database.
Ad Engagement: This is the ad rank filter which reflects the engagement level that an ad has. This emanates from the ad that is running the sentiment level of likes the comments and of course the shares.