Facebook’s ad sales team has spent the past few years pushing to increase its reach and reach to users.
This year, the company launched an advertising campaign to help developers build their apps, and the company is taking a new approach to getting advertisers to use its platform.
In an article in the company’s tech blog TechCrunch, Facebook VP of ads and partnerships, Mike McCrum, wrote that the company was using Facebook ads to help develop apps for iOS and Android, which would help advertisers get their message out to users more quickly.
Facebook’s approach is unique in that it’s targeting users based on a user’s activity.
Facebook says it’s also helping developers build apps that would have previously been impossible to develop for Facebook, as well as mobile applications that were previously not supported.
The ads campaign is being run by a new group of partners that includes Facebook’s own advertising arm, AdMob, and Google, according to the post.
“Ads have been an integral part of the mobile experience for years,” McCrum wrote.
“We’re now building a new partnership to help us drive mobile app developers toward building more relevant and engaging experiences for users.”
In addition to the ad campaign, Facebook has also begun experimenting with its own ads, and is looking to integrate ads into other features on its platform, such as Maps and Messenger.