Facebook has long been a hub for digital marketing, but recently a new way of reaching the masses has started to take hold.
While the first wave of social media ads were created by Google, Facebook has been the go-to destination for people who want to advertise and get exposure to a brand.
The company has been known for using its ad platform to reach out to consumers via Facebook Live video and other social media platforms.
As advertisers and marketers move towards the mobile-first, digital era, they have increasingly used Facebook to reach their audiences through digital ads.
This is a new and rapidly growing area of advertising that can be done on Facebook.
A new category of ad targeting has emerged in recent years.
Facebook ads, or sponsored content, have become a major player in the digital ad space.
These ads can include video, images, audio, and even text.
What does sponsored content do?
Facebook sponsored content can be a great way to reach a target audience, according a study conducted by the company in 2016.
In the study, Facebook sponsored content accounted for almost a quarter of the total advertising spend in the United States, with the company spending $9.6 billion on the content.
However, when the study was conducted in 2017, the number of sponsored content ads had more than doubled to $12 billion.
Advertisers are increasingly seeing value in these ads, as it has helped them reach a larger audience.
For instance, a recent study by Marketing Land found that more than $8 billion in Facebook sponsored ads were being placed on mobile devices.
It is not just Facebook advertising that has seen this growth, however.
There have been numerous other companies who have utilized sponsored content to reach an even larger audience than Facebook.
In the case of Adweek, for instance, Adweek ran a sponsored ad on Facebook that featured the company’s logo.
After Adweek’s ad ran, the company got more than 2.5 million shares in its Facebook page, with almost $2.6 million in revenue.
According to Adweek CEO Andrew Gee, the growth of sponsored ad campaigns has been particularly dramatic on Facebook as a whole.
“The growth has been incredible on Facebook, and that’s because the advertisers that have taken advantage of it are the same people that have been paying for Facebook for years,” Gee said.
Gee believes that Facebook has become the ideal platform for advertisers to reach consumers.
He says that it allows brands to reach more people, without having to pay to advertise.
Companies have a ton of money to spend on advertising and a lot of eyeballs to get, but it can often be a difficult process to get the brand’s attention.
So why are advertisers so excited about Facebook sponsored ad targeting?
The main reason for advertisers’ desire to use sponsored content is that Facebook ads offer a new level of reach to advertisers.
When you click on an ad, Facebook displays an ad that is optimized for your interests, according the company.
Additionally, the ads are automatically targeted to specific audiences and can be delivered directly to consumers.
In short, Facebook ads have the ability to reach and engage a wider audience.
How does sponsored ad marketing work?
Sponsored content can have several different components to it.
First, there is a sponsored video, which is the first ad that comes to your screen when you are on the Facebook page.
Second, there are images that are shared to the audience.
Third, there may be audio and/or video that is shared to your audience.
Finally, there can be text.
The Facebook sponsored video and the video shared to you are part of an ad targeting strategy.
Each ad can be purchased on the platform by users, while ads shared via the Facebook platform can also be purchased.
But in the case where there is an existing Facebook ad, the advertiser must opt in to the Facebook ad program, according Gee.
To opt in, users can choose the advertisers they would like to see sponsored ads for, as well as their personal settings.
One thing that makes sponsored content particularly appealing is that advertisers can reach consumers on Facebook in a way that is not possible with other digital advertising platforms.
According to a recent research report by Nielsen, Facebook ad spend on sponsored content accounts for more than 20 percent of the spending on Facebook ads across mobile and desktop platforms.
The top 10 mobile ad spenders on Facebook have a combined ad spend of $10.5 billion.
That’s almost double the total ad spend reported for mobile ads by Google ($3.1 billion).
Mobile is the fastest growing platform for advertising on Facebook right now.
With more than 7 million active users in the U.S., it’s clear that advertisers are eager to reach as many consumers as