A couple of weeks ago, Facebook said it had added a new tool to help advertisers find ads on their favorite social networks.
Now, the company has announced that it has made the feature available to advertisers.
The new tool allows users to see ads that appear to be from Facebook, Twitter, Google, and other social media sites.
But it also has an added twist: advertisers will see all of their ads on the site, even if they don’t have any accounts.
“We are constantly working on ways to better serve advertisers and customers, but our new feature is the first step toward delivering an even more personalized and useful experience,” Facebook’s head of ad strategy, Adam Mosseri, said in a blog post.
Facebook’s ad-tracking program is part of a larger effort to improve its own services, as it struggles to attract more advertisers and retain customers.
Advertisers can sign up to Facebook’s ad network for a free trial, and Facebook will automatically track the ads on its own platform.
But advertisers can opt out of being tracked.
Facebook says that if they do not, their ads will not appear on the platform.
For example, advertisers may see an ad on the Facebook News Feed, or they may see ads from the third-party ads site AdBlock Plus.
If an advertiser opts out of the Facebook program, the ad will not show up on Facebook’s platform.