Swedish car company Volvo used an illustration of a same-sex couple on Facebook to reveal that employees in Europe, the Middle East and Africa are eligible for six-months paid parental leave.
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Ads in WhatsApp are a topic that we’ve already discussed about on several occasions, but now it finally looks like Facebook is ready to make the whole thing happen. The social media giant confirmed at the Facebook Marketing Summit in the Netherlands that ads are indeed coming to WhatsApp at some
What started off as a simple messaging app is now set to make money. WhatsApp has become a sort of phenomenon across the globe, with more than 1.2 billion active users share texts, videos, images, audios, and docs every day. For Facebook, it is now time to capitalize on this platform. At the Annual
Here’s today’s AdExchanger.com news round-up… Want it by email? Sign up here. Electing Out Political ads used to be seen as a huge opportunity for Facebook, but now they’re just a landmine. After finding itself at the center of Russian interference in the 2016 US election and facing
As the United States gears up for its next big presidential election in 2020, citizens can expect to keep seeing political ads on Facebook. Internally the company is dealing with the fallout from reports that its platforms were used to manipulate voters in elections around the world. The latest
Facebook will no longer pay out commissions when employees sell political ads on its platform. Global elections public policy director Katie Harbath told Emily Glazer and Jeff Horwitz of The Wall Street Journal that the social network's sales employees are no longer compensated based on goals
Facebook Inc. said it stopped paying commissions to employees who sell political ads, as the tech giant overhauls how it engages with campaigns ahead of elections in 2020.
Facebook has stopped paying commission to staff for selling political advertisements on its platform, The Wall Street Journal reported.
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