Facebook has become one of the most widely used platforms for online advertising.

Its platform has seen a dramatic increase in adoption over the past few years, reaching nearly 40% of all US online ad spend in 2016.

That growth is not only driven by the platform’s ability to provide advertisers with targeted content, but also by its growing ability to connect with a wider audience through the integration of a wide range of media platforms.

Today, Facebook has over 1.6 billion monthly active users, with an average monthly spend of $3,000.

However, it is also the target of some criticism, as the platform has been accused of making it harder for advertisers to reach their potential audience, particularly millennials.

While the platform can be an attractive place for advertisers, it does have its own challenges, and its own problems.

For starters, its user-generated content and social media features can be a daunting proposition for many advertisers.

Facebook also has a limited ability to offer advertisers the same reach and reach-ability as its peers, particularly when it comes to targeting people across multiple platforms.

The problem is compounded by the fact that many of the social media platforms that are the most popular for Facebook users are also the ones with the most users and the most money to spend on ads.

For instance, while Twitter has nearly 4 million daily active users and spends $1.6 trillion a month on advertising, its average daily spend is $2,000, with its average spend per user reaching $7,000 a month.

This means that Twitter is only a fraction of Facebook’s audience and has an average of less than $100 million in ad revenue a month, which translates to less than a quarter of what the company has earned from the platform in the past five years.

This is why it is important for marketers to understand the advantages and challenges of using Facebook ads to build relationships with consumers.

Facebook ads offer advertisers a number of advantages, including the ability to target consumers across multiple channels, targeting based on their demographic characteristics, targeting by gender, and targeting based upon their interests.

For instance, users on Facebook may be interested in an ad for a particular brand, and the company can target those ads to them by using their profile picture, a video, or a photo of the user.

While Facebook’s ability and reach can also be an advantage, it can also create problems for marketers when it becomes necessary to target specific groups of consumers.

In this article, we’ll be discussing how Facebook advertising works and the benefits and challenges associated with these platforms.

We will also look at some of the biggest mistakes marketers make when it is time to start building relationships with people across the different types of advertising platforms that they may choose to use.

We’ll also look in depth at some ways to get the most out of the platform by working with other ad networks, using the latest advertising technology and data, and understanding where your ad budget is going to come from.

While many people are very excited about Facebook’s growth and the opportunity to reach a wider, more diverse audience, we know that there are certain challenges that come along with this platform.

For example, users can get frustrated by having to continually ask for and answer more and more questions when they start interacting with the platform.

Some marketers also find that many advertisers are hesitant to reach out to their audience, despite the fact they have shown them interest in their ads.

In order to avoid these problems, it’s important to know the pros and cons of each type of platform you may be considering.

In order to get a better understanding of the pros of each of the platforms that you may choose, we’ve put together a guide to help you decide which platform is best for your business.

In addition to our article on Facebook ads, we will also be talking about the best advertising platforms for each of these platforms and how to use these platforms to grow your business with targeted advertising.

Below are some examples of ways to use Facebook advertising on Facebook to grow a business:The Facebook advertising platforms are different, and we’ll cover each in detail in our guide to Facebook advertising.

Here’s how to choose an ad platform for your Facebook ad:You may want to start by looking at the different features that each platform offers.

For example, we’re using Facebook’s ad buying platform for this guide, which allows advertisers to buy ad impressions and make targeted ads.

This can be very useful if you’re working with a big advertiser who is looking to build a big reach for their campaigns, or if you need to target the most specific demographics for your ad.

However if you are a smaller, local business looking to reach your potential audience or you have a smaller audience, you may prefer to start with another platform.

Facebook is also great for advertisers who are working with an ad network or advertiser that’s built for mobile and are looking to make mobile advertising more relevant.

If you are looking for a platform that’s easy to use and simple to set up, you can use