Facebook Starts Testing Ads On Messenger - We are Social Media (press release) (blog)

We have been expecting ads on Facebook Messenger for some time now. Almost a year ago, we reported that ads were coming to the platform. And now, the time has come. Facebook is starting to test ads on Messenger. Big ones. In a recent blog post ...

Facebook Messenger is about to start BOMBARDING users in Thailand with ads - ThaiVisa News

Users in Thailand will start seeing ads in Facebook Messenger as part of a new trial, Facebook has announced. The app will include adverts from businesses meaning that advertisers can conduct even more targeted marketing. With Messenger having over a ...

How To Use Facebook Messenger Without A Facebook Account - Techworm

With over one billion users worldwide, Facebook Messenger is now one of the biggest messaging platforms worldwide. In order to have a Facebook Messenger app on your device, you need to have an active Facebook account. ADVERTISING.

Food Startup Hungryroot Scores $7.7M Series A - PYMNTS.com

Founded in 2015, healthy meal kit food startup Hungryroot is going after Big Food in a big way. The startup is looking to innovate the comfort food market by making guilty pleasures guilt-free. Given the latest round of funding, it looks like investors ...

This Is What Facebook's Messenger Ads Look Like, and How to Avoid Them - Lifehacker

A few months ago, Facebook announced its plans to start showing ads in Messenger. Now, we've got a glimpse at what they'll look like. They're huge and obnoxious. The moral of the story: never message brands. According to a blog post from the company ...

Australia joins Facebook Messenger ad test - NEWS.com.au

Australia and Thailand will be the first two countries to see ads appear in Facebook's Messenger app as the social media giant trials a potential new revenue measure. Participants in the trial will see ads appear below the "recent conversations ...

Facebook to trial ads on Messenger home screen - BizReport

Facebook plans to put ads in front of its 1 billion Messenger users, according to a recent announcement from the social media giant. by Helen Leggatt. As Facebook begins to run out of spaces in which to place ads, Messenger may be the last piece of ...

Facebook Chooses Australia To Trial Ads In Messenger - B&T

Facebook is set to trial advertising in its Messenger app, with the social network announcing it had chosen Australia, along with Thailand, to launch a “very small test” of a service that “gives businesses the opportunity to place ads on the Messenger ...

Facebook to kick off testing of ads in Messenger - Neowin

Facebook announced in a blog post that it will begin testing ways to display ads in its Messenger app. According to the company, it is "a very small test in Australia and Thailand that gives businesses the opportunity to place ads on the Messenger home ...

This message is brought to you in Messenger: Facebook starts testing ads in its chat app - Daily Mail

Facebook is set to test ads in its Messenger service with the hopes of creating a new revenue stream. The ads will appear below the user's most recent conversation in the form of News Feed-style branded cards with a swipeable interface. The social ...

Great, now Facebook wants to put ads in Messenger - CNET

The ads appear as a "sponsored" section. Facebook. The last thing I want to see before messaging my buddies is an ad. But that's exactly what could happen to Facebook Messenger's 1 billion users. The social network is now testing ads on the Messenger ...

Facebook picks Australia to trial Messenger ads - The Australian

Facebook has chosen Australia and Thailand to test running ads on the home screen of its wildly popular Messenger app. The social network has chosen the countries to launch “a very small test” of a service “that gives businesses the opportunity to ...

Fake News Definitely Isn't Hurting Facebook's Stock - Fortune

Shortly after the election, the social media giant caught a lot of backlash over how it was used to spread fake news in the months leading up to the recent presidential election. But fake news hasn't been the Facebook (fb, +0.15%) killer that some ...

Is Facebook about to put adverts in your Messenger app? - International Business Times UK

Facebook has started testing adverts in its mobile messaging app. The ads appear directly below users' recent conversations – labelled Favourites – in Facebook Messenger and are currently being trialled with a "very small" selection of users in ...

Facebook Testing Ads In 'Messenger' App - Consumerist

The ads, they're coming for you. Or at least they are if you use Facebook's Messenger app to communicate with your friends. messenger_ad Facebook announced Wednesday that users of its Messenger app in Thailand and Australia have begun seeing ads ...

Facebook Begins Testing Ads on Messenger Home Screen - MobileMarketing Magazine

Facebook Messenger Ads Facebook has begun testing ads in its Messenger app in Australia and Thailand. The test will enable businesses to place card-style ads in the area of Messenger below recent conversations – Facebook ensures ads will not appear ...

Facebook testing new ad scheme on Messenger in Thailand and Australia - Inferse

The new ads policy will initially be tested in a test group in Thailand and Australia before it is launched on a wider scale elsewhere in the world. Facebook's messaging platform, Messenger, will now carry ads as part of a pilot program as the social ...

Advertising arrives on Facebook Messenger - AndroidPIT

So it's official - Facebook has confirmed that ads are soon to be arriving on its Messenger app. Facebook will be rolling out the change to its app in some countries starting this week. This is a kind of bite-sized test before Facebook updates the app ...

Facebook Integrating Ads to Messenger - VR-Zone

Facbook has announced that they are beginning a “very small test” of placing ads in their messaging apps for users in Australia and Thailand. The ads will be placed on the app's home screen, and will take the form of cards and will include image ...

Facebook Messenger Has Started Testing Ads In Australia And Thailand - Huffington Post UK

Facebook is famously cautious when it comes to introducing new ads into its roster of platforms. Ever since the site first launched, the logic has been: make the service cool, even integral to people's lives, before monetising their data. With ...