• Facebook Stories hits 150 million daily active users

    10 days ago - By MobileSyrup

    Facebook has announced that its Stories feature now has 150 million daily active users. The announcement comes a little over a year after Facebook launched its clone of Snapchat Stories. As part of the announcement, Facebook said it would begin testing ads in Stories starting today. Users in the U.S., Mexico and Brazil will start seeing five to 15 second ads they can skip. Facebook also plans to add clickable ads in the coming months. Advertisers can easily transfer ads from Instagram Stories to Facebook Stories. The social media platform also has automatic tools that can reformat News...
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  • Get ready for ads in Facebook Stories

    Get ready for ads in Facebook Stories

    10 days ago - By Engadget

    While Facebook's version of Stories have taken a while to gain traction, the format isn't going anywhere soon. Apparently, Facebook has enough users now to start testing ads within Stories, according to TechCrunc...
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  • Facebook Stories to test ads as it reaches 150M user milestone - CNET

    10 days ago - By CNET

    The reported tests begin Thursday in the US, Mexico and Brazil.
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  • Facebook Stories reveals 150M daily viewers and tests first ads

    Facebook Stories reveals 150M daily viewers and tests first ads

    10 days ago - By TechCrunch

    After 14 months of silence since launching , Facebook Stories has finally announced a 150 million daily active user count for its Snapchat Stories clone. And now it's time to earn some money off it. Facebook Stories will start testing its first ads today in the U.S., Mexico and Brazil.
    They're 5- to 15-second video ads users can skip, and while there's no click-through or call to action now, Facebook plans to add that in the coming months. Advertisers can easily extend their Instagram Stories ads to this new surface, or have Facebook automatically reformat their News Feed ads with...
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