News is flowing fast through Facebook as the social network prepares to launch its new ad platform.
The platform’s creators say it’s the first time advertisers will be able to connect directly with their audiences.
The company announced last week that it had partnered with news sites such as The Daily Beast and The Verge to begin testing Facebook ads on its platform.
Facebook says its ad platform, known as Ads by Facebook, allows advertisers to target the people who are most likely to see their ads.
Users will be given the option to click on the ads for a free trial.
The ads will appear on the news feeds of users who have approved the ads, and will be visible for up to 24 hours.
If users don’t click, they’ll see a warning saying the ads are “not currently available.”
Facebook said that its goal with Ads by FB is to bring more value to publishers, which it says are the backbone of a global community.
In a blog post announcing the new ads, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said that publishers are the ones with the power to drive change, and that they “are the ones who get to decide when and how much of the world we share is shared.”
“They decide how our stories are seen and what stories they share, and how they reach their audiences,” he said.
The new ad service will also be able connect advertisers to their audiences, which Facebook says will allow advertisers to provide targeted advertising to specific audiences in specific times and in particular news groups.
Facebook said it will be offering ads to users in countries that currently have no Facebook accounts.
Ads by News The company says that News by News has been testing ads for the last two months, and it plans to expand to the rest of the U.S. and Canada in the next few months.
News by news, which is now available on Facebook for iOS and Android, was first announced last month.
Facebook’s plan for Ads by news includes allowing users to select topics for which they would like to see ads, as well as publishers that have approved its ads.
News publishers can select which of their stories they would rather see ads for.
For example, users who are looking for a story on President Donald Trump could opt in to a “buy” feature that allows them to pay a fee to see the ad on the publisher’s news feed.
Advertisers will be charged a $10 annual fee for each ad that appears on their News by articles.
Facebook has not announced how much the ads will cost, but said that ads will run for up, as much as six months.
Ads for the New York Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, Time, The Wall Street Journal, The Associated Press, Politico, CNN, ABC News, The New Yorker, and BuzzFeed will also appear on Facebook, with the company saying that each ad will be shown for “up to 24” hours.
Ads will also run for “six months.”
Facebook is also working on adding an option to show ads to the top 10 news stories, according to the company.
“The ad platform has the potential to be one of the most transformative ways publishers are connecting with their audience, helping to create new kinds of connections that will be the foundation for future partnerships,” Zuckerberg wrote.
Facebook plans to release more details about how the new ad platforms will work in the coming weeks.
News By Sponsors Facebook has partnered with major news brands, including CNN, BuzzFeed, The Atlantic, BuzzFeed News, and Bloomberg News, to test its ads on their platforms.
The network says it has paid up to $300 million to advertisers for the ads.
Advertisements for The Atlantic and BuzzFeed were tested by Facebook for six months and were seen by more than 10 million people.
BuzzFeed News has partnered up with Facebook to test ads on a daily basis.
Ads in the News by Times, the Post, and The Atlantic have been tested by the network for four months.
Adverts in the Washington Post and BuzzFeed News have been seen by Facebook users for less than a day.
Facebook also says that advertisers have been invited to test their ads on Facebook News Feeds.
Ads with a price tag of $1,000 or more were tested for four days on The Atlantic.
Advertises with a $1 million price tag were tested on Bloomberg News for six days.
Adspots with a value of $100 or more ads were tested over a four-week period for Bloomberg News.
“As a platform built to empower people to share, amplify, and connect, Facebook News by Sponsors has tremendous potential to make the world a better place for everyone,” said Adrienne Manes, Facebook’s chief content officer, in a blogpost announcing the ads’ launch.