Posted August 05, 2018 08:14:13As the search giant begins to focus on a new, more organic approach to advertising, the search engine giant is starting to tap into the growing number of businesses that have been offering backpage ads through its new classifieds app.
Backpage has become an important platform for advertisers who want to reach a broad audience of consumers.
This allows them to target a wide range of users across multiple social media platforms, including mobile, desktop and desktop apps.
Facebook has been working on a series of new tools to help advertisers reach the wider consumer base through the classifieds apps, which it first launched in 2016.
Now, in 2018, Facebook is expanding its efforts to include backpage advertising, which will now allow advertisers to target consumers across multiple platforms and devices, according to an executive who spoke with Next Big Futures.
The executive said the company is also starting to develop tools to build and manage backpage advertisements, including building the backpage ad platform and the backpay model.
According to Next BigFuture, Facebook will also be expanding its tools to improve its existing advertisers’ ability to find and target consumers on the back page.
The move is expected to bring backpage to the forefront of advertising, and could have broader benefits for advertisers as they begin to invest more in their ad targeting capabilities.
Accordingly, Next Big will be revealing more about how Facebook will build its backpage platform and pay model in the coming months.
The decision to invest in backpage has been one of the more significant decisions that Facebook has made in its new decade.
The company announced back in January that it was acquiring Backpage, an online classifieds site, which had been serving ads to customers since the early days of the platform.
Back in May, Facebook also announced plans to acquire the online classified platform Craigslist, which has a history of being used for classified ads.
Accordingto Next Big, this investment will allow Facebook to invest significant resources in building its classifieds platform and create a business that can deliver ads to consumers on multiple platforms.
Facebook is also creating a new backpage business model, which is designed to allow advertisers a more flexible and scalable way to sell to customers, the executive said.
According, Facebook has a large number of advertisers who use its classified ad platform, including the likes of Google, Apple, eBay, Amazon and others.
However, the platform is also popular among smaller advertisers and other online service providers.
Facebook recently launched a new program called Backpage for Education that offers students and teachers the opportunity to sign up for classifieds ads for free on their own websites, but it’s unclear if students and educators will be able to sign-up for the classified ads app.
According Next Big’s executive, this will allow the company to more easily target its advertisers to advertisers who can’t sign-in for classified advertisements on Facebook.
According To Next Big:The backpage for education program will allow students and teacher to signup for classified ad ads on their websites for free.
Facebook is also building a backpage app that will allow users to add classified ads to their own webpages.
This will allow advertisers who do not have a Facebook account to create their own classified ads for users who have a paid Facebook account.
Next Big believes this will be a boon to advertisers as these ads will be delivered to their audience via their own pages.