Facebook to charge businesses to run targeted ads in Offers service

Facebook to charge businesses to run targeted ads in Offers service

www.pcworld.com
Facebook plans to start charging businesses to run targeted ads in its Facebook Offers daily deals service. The social network also is allowing businesses to add unique codes to their ads for better tracking of ad results. Facebook also noted in an email to Computerworld that the service will...
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