How to get paid for your favourite stories in social media
Facebook has long had an ad-sharing policy that allows its users to earn money from their posts.
Now the company has announced that it will also allow advertisers to earn a commission from posts on its network.
The move will allow publishers to share ads with ad networks such as Google and Facebook, without having to make their own money through the platform.
News Feed has always been free to everyone, but the new policy will allow advertisers and publishers to earn from their articles.
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“As we get more and more data from our users, we want to know how people are using Facebook, and we want them to be able to help us improve how they can use Facebook,” said Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive.
“This is a great way to help advertisers find the right audience for their ads.”
Advertisers can earn money through ad impressions, but it is not clear how much money will be made.
Advertisement Ads can only be shared with the Facebook network when it is open to all.
Facebook says that it has “a great relationship” with ad network partners and will be able make money from the posts that they share.
“We want to be clear about this: this is not a paid promotion, this is a free and open platform where anyone can post whatever they want,” Zuckerberg said.
“Advertisers will be eligible for up to 100% of the ad impressions and a share of the revenue generated by those posts.”
The change comes just days after the company said it would be reducing the number of ad slots on the News Feed, a move that many say will be damaging to ad revenue.
The company’s News Feed was first created in 2006 and is widely used by advertisers.
It is also used by publishers to target and target-share their content.
However, advertisers are increasingly using Facebook as a platform to advertise, as the platform has become a vital part of the advertising ecosystem.
The changes will come into effect from the end of March.