Russian operatives spent less than $1 with advertising on Facebook in the months before the UK voted to leave the EU in 2016, the company said on Tuesday (Dec. 13).
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David D. Kirkpatrick / New York Times: Facebook says Russia's Internet Research Agency spent just $0.97 on 3 Brexit-related ads, seen by ~200 users, over 4 days in May 2016, ahead of June 2016 vote — LONDON — Facebook, confounding expectations, said on Wednesday that the company had found
WhatsApp has always said that it has no plans to put ads into its own app, but this is not stopping Facebook, which now owns WhatsApp, from figuring out other ways of monetizing the hugely popular messaging service. Today, Facebook is launching a new ad unit that will let businesses create a link
After rolling out verified profiles for businesses on WhatsApp, Facebook is adding a tool for brands to promote their presence. Please visit Marketing Land for the full article.
Facebook has provided more details about the extent of Russian digital interference related to the UK’s Brexit vote last year. Read More
A cheeky campaign for a newfangled home-security company is capitalizing on Facebook's silent autoplay video ads--by creating ads in the style of obsolete 1920s-era silent films to eviscerate older competitors. Wireless alarm company SimpliSafe and Boston agency Sleek Machine are out with three new
Workplace by Facebook has been designed as competition for Slack. It’s the latest mobile and team app that keeps the members of your team connected. Reasons to Use Workplace by Facebook Small Business Trends spoke with Monica Adractas, Director, Workplace by Facebook. She supplied 10 reasons to
The tech giant is changing its tax structure in response to calls for transparency over its locally generated advertising revenue.Industries: New MediaReferenced Companies: (FB) Facebook Inc. (SNL Inst. Key: 4144156)
Facebook has bowed to global pressure and agreed to stop channeling its ad revenues through Dublin and instead book revenue immediately within the country in which it is earned, following widespread public anger at its opaque tax affairs. The largely symbolic gesture follows claims that global
Facebook, in a bow to transparency, has announced it plans to declare certain ad revenues in the country where they are made and not in Ireland, where it has a greater tax advantage.