article Facebook has announced a major overhaul of its advertising platform, aimed at improving how it deals with content on Pinterest.
Facebook will be making all ads and promotions available to the company’s users, which means that users will be able to opt-in to see and interact with them in a more direct way.
This is a significant move, as Pinterest is often seen as a hub for the internet’s most valuable content, but it’s not the first time that the social network has looked to make its ad offerings more personalized.
In 2016, it announced a series of ads that would let users see which companies were advertising on their newsfeed, and which ones weren’t.
While Pinterest has been around since 2007, it has long been one of the most dominant platforms for content and engagement, thanks to its ad-free, free-to-view model.
And the platform has made strides in creating more relevant, personalised advertising for users over the past few years, with advertisers now seeing more of the ads that people actually want to see.
In April, the company launched a new ad-friendly page called the Pinterest Ads Hub, which offers a curated list of ad-worthy pins and posts that it thinks people will find most compelling.
While this may not sound like a huge change, the change comes at a time when the platform is looking to expand its ad capabilities in ways that it has yet to do.
For example, in 2016, Facebook opened up its ad ecosystem to third-party advertisers, making it easier for brands to advertise on its platform and offer branded products and services.
While some of these changes have been relatively small in the past, Facebook has been moving towards becoming more of a traditional advertising platform in recent years.
Earlier this year, Facebook introduced a new type of advertising that it called sponsored posts, which it hopes will provide users with a more meaningful way to pay for content they like.
While many brands and brands have embraced sponsored posts in the recent past, they’ve typically focused on making sure their ads do not appear in the same places as other content on the site.
As of now, however, it’s unclear what the new ad policies will look like.