A week after it announced a new ad format, Facebook is testing a new method for tracking and managing online advertising.
The social network has announced a feature to help advertisers identify which ads are being viewed on which pages and platforms.
The feature, dubbed “Live Ads”, will automatically determine which pages, which platforms, and which ad formats are being used on which ads.
It will then tell advertisers which ads will get shown to users based on their browsing history.
Facebook is already using the feature to monitor the number of clicks and views on certain pages on its platform.
The news comes as Facebook and Google have been working to improve the user experience for ads on their platforms.
Earlier this month, Google launched a program to show ads in new markets.
The program has since been extended to countries including Brazil and Argentina.
A growing number of online ad campaigns are taking aim at mobile devices.
Some companies, like Facebook, have begun to target them directly.
The ad business has also moved to a mobile-first world.
But many of the online ads we see today still use old techniques, such as text-based ads that target users based on their interests, or the same type of ad-based content that existed on desktop and mobile platforms decades ago.
The digital ad industry has come a long way since the days when it was dominated by a few giant players.
We are now in a world where companies like Google, Facebook, and Twitter, as well as smaller players like Zimpress, have more clout than ever.
They have a larger and more powerful advertising network, a bigger audience, and a much larger budget to work with.
They also have a lot of money to spend, which is why companies are taking a new approach to their digital advertising campaigns.
And, they are paying a lot more attention to the ad quality, to the quality of the ads, and to the size of their audiences.
While there is still a lot to learn about the ad world, we have come a very long way.