Facebook ad library available for £4.99, says the ad agency
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This article was originally published on July 13, 2018.
Advertisers can now get access to Facebook ad libraries for just £4 each.
The ad agency is offering the ad library on a one-off basis and they’re only available for a limited time.
The ad library is also limited to just the first 3,000 people who subscribe to the site, so only those who subscribe are eligible.
Facebook says it’s only offering the library in the UK, Australia, Ireland and New Zealand.
It’s a huge deal for Facebook, and it’s a welcome boost for users.
In the UK and Australia, the ad network has a huge ad-related revenue stream, and is a huge part of Facebook’s advertising business.
In Australia, Facebook has more than 80 million paid users, and the company has been a major player in the mobile ad space.
So far, Facebook says that the ad-library is only available to the first 100,000 users who have subscribed to the ad service.
However, in Ireland, Facebook is offering users the adlib for just €3.99.
It’s a relatively small deal for a brand.
Facebook has been aggressively targeting its advertising on Facebook Messenger, a messaging app that Facebook says is used by more than half a billion people worldwide.
A new advertising-friendly platform?
Facebook wants to help Facebook Messenger grow, so why not try a new way of doing it?
Facebook has been working with ad agencies to try and develop its own ad-lib, but it hasn’t yet.
This article was originally published on July 13, 2018.Advertisers can now get access to Facebook ad libraries for just £4…
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