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World's most popular messaging platform, WhatsApp, has dodged a massive bullet. The owner of the messaging platform, Facebook, has been considering bringing ads to the massively successful messenger. However, it seems like we won't have to worry about it anymore, at least for now. According to
Facebook is rowing back on plans to put ads in WhatsApp and has disbanded a team that was working on the effort. The surprise move suggests it will not be as simple for Facebook to monetize the app, which it acquired for $22 billion, as analysts hoped. Instagram was a template for a successful
The social app giant has paused its plans to put ads in WhatsApp and has disbanded the team experimenting with WhatsApp ads Facebook has paused its plans to put ads in WhatsApp. The social network has disbanded the team experimenting with WhatsApp ads. Ever since Facebook bought WhatsApp for $22
According to a new report, Facebook plans for integrating ads into WhatsApp may be on hold, at least for a while The post Facebook has stopped plans to insert ads into WhatsApp, for now appeared first on Pocketnow.
Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) executives will return to the drawing board to search for new ways to monetize WhatsApp after scrapping plans to sell ads on the chat platform, 0
It looks like Facebook is calling takesies backsies on its current plan to include ads on WhatsApp‘s Status page sometime this year. According to The Wall Street Journal, the company recently disbanded the team it created to build adverts into WhatsApp and removed all of the related code.
Facebook's plans to monetize WhatsApp--the messaging application it acquired for $19 billion in February 2014--appear to be on hold, aside from a previously revealed initiative to include ads in Status, WhatsApp's version of the popular Stories format on other platforms. Jeff Horwitz and Kirsten
Facebook has axed plans to introduce adverts to WhatsApp, which the social network acquired back in 2014. The controversial plans saw WhatsApp users threaten to delete their accounts.
We have some good news from Facebook. According to the Wall Street Journal, the firm is planning to drop its controversial plan for ads within WhatsApp messenger. more… The post Facebook is reportedly shelving plans to show ads in WhatsApp messenger appeared first on 9to5Google.