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Facebook To Launch Ads On Stories

Stories are where people share and discover content they care about in fast and fun ways. And the use of stories across platforms is growing everywhere

Facebook To Launch Ads On Stories
Facebook To Launch Ads On Stories

With more than 300 million people using Facebook Stories and Messenger Stories every day, Facebook has decided to roll out ads on Stories in addition to the News Feed and Instagram Stories. Stories are where people share and discover content they care about in fast and fun ways. And the use of stories across platforms is growing everywhere.

 “Last year, we launched Instagram Stories ads and since then advertisers have embraced the format... And to help businesses reach more people, we’re now making Facebook Stories ads available to all advertisers around the world,” the company said in a blog post.

An Ipsos survey of stories users found that 68 per cent of people say they use stories on at least three apps regularly, and 63 per cent plan to use stories more in the future.

Advertising in stories has proven to drive valuable business outcomes. In the Ipsos survey, 62 per cent of people said they became more interested in a brand or product after seeing it in a story. More than half of people surveyed said they’re making more online purchases as a result of seeing stories. In addition, 38 per cent of people said that after seeing a product or service in a story they talked to someone about it, and 34 per cent said they went to a store to look for it.
“Now you can include Facebook Stories as an additional placement to News Feed or Instagram Stories ad campaigns, delivering your message in a full-screen, immersive environment. And soon, you’ll be able to extend the reach and improve the performance of your stories ad campaigns in Messenger too,” the blog post added. 

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