Facebook is rolling out Facebook Ads Globally

Joan Terry
July 17, 2017

For now, the few ads you will see on the service will run as test, with only a few percentage of users in the U.S. able to access it.

According to a report in ReCode, Facebook has determined that it can't put more ads into users' feeds without harming their experience.

Facebook says its revenue growth will slow down "meaningfully" this year as a result.

Facebook angered a lot of people a few years ago when it separated its Messenger app away from its actual Facebook app and this newest addition might get just as much grief.

Facebook has rolled out a new venture for all types of businesses who are looking for a global platform to advertise their products. Like Google, the social network frequently experiments with new ideas, and groups of users are often used to beta test features.

When you click on the app and you are brought to the home page of Facebook Messenger, ads will be displayed and if the advert is clicked on, it will direct the user to the advertiser's website.

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Considering there are more room for advertisers on its network the tech giant will roll out advertisement programs on its main Facebook social network, on the Facebook Messenger, the Instagram and also on WhatsApp.

For more information, you can head over to the official announcements of Facebook.

"Messenger ads offer developers and businesses a way to use Facebook targeting to extend their reach to people around the world", Facebook claims.

Facebook is hoping that at least one of these new formats can hit big.

Facebook, the current owner of Facebook has mentioned before that they will keep the service FREE.

Facebook doesn't break out Instagram's revenue, but analysts think it could be huge. However, that has changed and the fee has been permanently removed, which means that WhatsApp is now totally free of charge. In comparison, Facebook did nearly $27 billion in total ad revenue in 2016.

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