Digital extremes are a problem that threatens to overwhelm the digital advertising ecosystem.
If you don’t know what they are, then you should know how to spot them.
We can’t fix it by simply throwing money at it.
But it’s a lot easier to spot digital extremes than to fix them.
Let’s start with the most obvious one, the advertising that is not real.
Digital advertising has become a major part of our lives.
But we have no idea how much it is.
For example, digital ads on Facebook are supposed to show the people who are watching your video.
But most of those ads don’t actually show what’s happening in your video at all.
What they do show is that you have a few hundred thousand more viewers than you think.
But they show that your video is only getting 1,500 views per minute.
That’s because Facebook doesn’t show the ads on the front page, where the real audience is watching.
Facebook also shows ads in the “about” section.
But those ads are very small and they’re also not shown to the people in your target audience.
So even if you wanted to show those ads, Facebook would show you an ad that was much larger than it was supposed to.
The problem is that ads that are too small are very difficult to monetize.
When you click on a link to buy something on Facebook, the ad on the page is very small.
But if you click through to another ad, the larger version will fill up your browser window.
And when you click another link on Facebook to purchase something, the ads that you’re looking at will fill your browser with ads.
Even if you buy something and you’re actually in the wrong place, you can still get lost in the crowd.
It’s a good idea to know what your audience is looking for before you buy things.
Here are some tips to keep in mind when trying to monetise ads on your Facebook page.
A) Make sure you’re selling something that’s really important.
Ads for products, like a movie or a TV show, will be more effective when they’re on the top of your page than on the bottom.
B) Make the ads really big.
Ads that are only 1% of your ad space are much more effective than ads that have 100% of it.
C) If you want to reach people who aren’t looking at your page, you have to be upfront about what you’re offering.
D) Make your ads visible to your audience.
Ads are a huge part of your business and it’s better to make them visible to the world.
E) Make it easy for people to click.
If you make your ads so obvious, it’s hard to convince people to take the time to click through.
F) Give your ads a more relevant description.
If your ads are just a click away from being seen by your audience, they’ll be much more likely to be clicked on.
G) Make an easy link to your Facebook ads.
It’s important to make your ad descriptions clear, but it’s even more important to have a clear link to them.
You can do that by including a banner at the top or bottom of the page that will make it easy to find your ads.
H) Don’t be afraid to ask for help.
It also says it won’t sell or share your personal information without your permission.
I) Tell people what you want them to see.
Facebook says it has an opt-in process that gives you the right to see all ads that your friends and family are viewing.
That opt-out is not as easy to change as it seems.
Facebook asks that you tell your friends, family, and co-workers how you want your ads shown to them, but there’s no telling how many of them will even know what to do with their privacy settings.
J) Get feedback from people who know what you do.
You should make it clear that your ads aren’t meant to be used as a tool to sell things.
You also need to show your audience that you’ve taken the time and effort to get them to notice your ads and to respond.
K) Make clear that you care about your users.
It is your job to make sure people are not confused by your ads or misled by the ads they see.
L) Make ads visible in places that your users can’t see them.
Facebook allows you to include a banner on the side of a page that is visible to people who visit your page.
If a large percentage of your users see your ads, then that’s a huge win for your ad business.
M) If your ads appear in the front of a news article, then your users might see them when they get to the article. However,