• October 10, 2021

What Facebook is doing to the American public

The Facebook ad buy is a big win for the tech giant and its allies, but they’re also a huge risk.

It’s hard to imagine that any company would be more bullish on a public relations strategy than Facebook.

For its part, Facebook says the ad buy represents an opportunity to expand its audience beyond its core demographic of teenagers.

That means it’s spending big to reach people who haven’t bought ads before.

The ad buy also gives Facebook more control over the messages people see on Facebook, including when they click on ads.

It gives it the power to target advertising to users based on demographics and interests, and to determine what’s in people’s newsfeeds and how they’re using Facebook.

Facebook says it plans to spend $1 billion on advertising this year.

But the ad purchase is also a win for Facebook, which is trying to boost its profile and influence among young people and is trying, in particular, to increase its reach among millennials.

Facebook’s ads are aimed at young people.

The company has been experimenting with different ways to reach them and has spent money to reach audiences on different platforms.

But most of those efforts have focused on Facebook’s video ad network.

Facebook is also using Facebook’s own ad network to sell ads to advertisers on its own site.

It has a number of partnerships with media companies, including The Wall Street Journal, CNN and Univision, and it’s invested heavily in a handful of media-focused companies like Mashable, Mashable.

The Facebook video ad purchase isn’t Facebook’s only new push into advertising.

The social network is also working with major brands to make their products more appealing to teens and young adults.

Last month, Facebook bought video platform AdSense for $1.2 billion, and Facebook said it would invest $600 million to increase AdSense’s reach and reach to teens by 2019.

Facebook has also invested heavily into the video advertising industry, which has seen strong growth in recent years.

In the second quarter of this year, Facebook had a $50 million buy in YouTube for video ads, up from $17 million in the same period a year earlier.

The purchase of AdSense and other video-ad deals are a big deal for Facebook and its advertising partners, but it’s not a new trend.

Facebook had been buying ad-serving ads on YouTube since 2015, when the company bought an ad network called AdSense.

Facebook and Google have both been buying video ad networks, with Google spending a little more than $5 billion in 2016.

But these ad deals come with strings attached.

Google has to offer paid video ads to users on Google+, which is the most popular video-based ad platform in the world.

Facebook will be selling ads on the platform, which means advertisers have to pay Google for the same ads that they’ll see on their own sites.

Facebook also has to pay the company to display their ads on its site, which also has a set amount of ads.

For example, Facebook has to show ads on one of its sites every time someone clicks on a YouTube video, or every time a user visits the site.

This arrangement can be a little confusing for advertisers.

Advertisers will typically have to use a different platform than YouTube to run their ads.

Facebook ads, for example, will have to be on the Facebook platform rather than on YouTube.

But Facebook will have the same level of control over how its ads are displayed as Google does.

If advertisers are unhappy with the placement of their ads, they can still sell ads on Google’s site, but that deal doesn’t extend to Facebook ads.

If they want to sell Facebook ads on their site, they’ll have to buy ads from a third party.

Facebook already has some big advertising deals with media organizations.

In 2017, Facebook spent about $1 million to buy the rights to broadcast a Super Bowl ad for a period of time, starting at 3 p.m. on Feb. 1.

The Super Bowl, which drew over 100 million viewers, is a massive event, and advertisers will be spending huge amounts of money to advertise that event.

Facebook bought those rights for $100 million in 2020.

Last year, it paid $500 million for the rights.

In 2020, Facebook also bought the rights for a number other ad-buyings, including a series of new ad buyouts that will run until 2019.

AdSense has been around for about four years, and the company has long been a major player in the ad market.

AdMob, the ad network founded by Facebook, was founded by the Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg, and was launched in 2013.

The network has grown from just a handful ads on AdSense to more than 40 million ads on Facebook.

But AdSense isn’t the only platform that Facebook has bought.

The AdSense ad network also has partnerships with other big brands.

Google, for instance, has paid the company for ad placement on Google+ and AdSense, as well as for video advertising.

But Google’s partnership with