Facebook has announced that it will be allowing advertisers to place ads on its site.
The company will now allow Facebook users to place Facebook ads through its platform, allowing them to advertise directly to customers.
This means that advertisers will be able to promote their products on Facebook in a way that is most effective at getting them to buy.
Advertisers will be given the option to use a Facebook ad that uses Facebook’s own proprietary algorithms, with the goal of promoting products on the social network that they have no control over.
This is a move that is likely to lead to a boom in the number of ads being placed by the likes of Facebook.
Advertisers can also place Facebook promotions on their own website.
Advertisements will be placed on the same page as their Facebook page, with a Facebook banner over it, so that the users can easily find them.
Facebook will not be providing a way for the users to see what ads are currently being placed on their Facebook pages.
The announcement follows a recent ruling by the European Union, which overturned a ruling by Facebook to block the promotion of ads through the platform.
The European Commission ruled that Facebook should allow its users to opt-out of advertising, but Facebook says that it is only doing so to prevent advertisers from using the platform to promote products that they may not have control over or that are no longer available.
The European Commission also ruled that it could not ban Facebook from offering its platform as a marketplace for its products.
It said that it would be inappropriate to do so, given the potential for abuse.
While the ruling does not affect Facebook’s other platforms, including Instagram and Twitter, Facebook says it is “committed to helping brands and individuals build their brand on Facebook.”