People have a tendency to assume Facebook is a company of equal stature, when in fact it’s an online marketplace that offers its users a selection of tailored products, services and services.
But the company is also a notorious social media spender, as evidenced by its latest effort to take a bigger chunk out of its business.
Last month, Facebook announced it would start offering ads on some of its popular social media sites, but not all of them.
This week, it began offering ads to Facebook users who pay for it.
If you’re a Facebook user, you can choose to opt-in to ads that will appear on your friends’ posts.
This change will allow advertisers to target you with ads on Facebook posts and videos.
For instance, if you’re following a friend’s post, Facebook ads could offer you a link to a product or product service.
This type of ad placement can help to drive more traffic to a website, as well as increase the number of likes and shares for the post.
In addition, Facebook has also added some new features that allow users to opt out of certain types of ads.
For example, if the user chooses to “opt out” of Facebook ads, the ads won’t appear on the page or in your newsfeed.
However, you won’t have to change your settings in order to stop them.
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