Facebook is no stranger to the business world.
In fact, it’s one of the most popular social networks in the world, and it boasts nearly 30 million active users.
And as the advertising industry continues to expand its reach into the ad-driven social world, Facebook is looking to leverage its network to offer its advertisers even more money.
In an interview with Forbes, Facebook Chief Executive Officer Sheryl Sandberg said that the company has started working with companies that have a larger network of advertisers, including a major mobile advertising company, in order to bring them a significant boost in advertising revenue.
Sandberg also mentioned that Facebook was looking at partnerships with other advertisers.
That’s not to say Facebook will suddenly turn to other ad platforms, though.
It doesn’t, but Sandberg says the company’s ad strategy will still remain consistent with its core strategy.
The reason Facebook is doing this is so it can grow the business.
That means they don’t have to have ads that they don.
It means they’re not competing with each other.
That allows them to do things that other networks can’t do.
So we’re just looking at how to make sure that our ad business is doing well, and that the people that are advertisers on Facebook will be able to make a profit from that business.
In this article, Forbes outlines some of the potential advantages of Facebook advertising, and we explain why it’s important for Facebook to make these investments in a sustainable way.
The article then looks at some of Facebook’s recent ad investments, including some of its acquisitions.