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Your Facebook Messenger Home Screen Will Display Ads Soon

13 July 2017

The ad though will be subjected to the same policies that govern the selection of ads on Facebook and Instagram. The company claimed that it wants to enable "meaningful connections" between customers and companies.

The social media firm said a small percentage of people will begin to see ads in their Messenger Home tab towards the end of this month. The ads themselves are as intrusive as they possibly could be.

Ads that link to Messenger conversations can connect to advertisers' chatbots. Facebook has added support in Ads Manager and Power Editor for optimised use. However, the new adverts are still in the beta stage of development, so it is unlikely that all of Messenger's 1.2 billion monthly users will be bombarded by them just yet.

Facebook will be targeting the ads based on the user's interest.

That's all going to change, as Facebook is rolling inbox advertisements into beta on a worldwide scale. People will see Messenger ads in the Home tab of their Messenger ads.

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Facebook is expanding the list of marketers that can buy ads inside Messenger, the company's standalone messaging app.

The move brings opportunities to marketing pros, but many users are groaning over the upcoming feature. As one of the biggest services in the world, Messenger gives advertisers an enormous global billboard to pitch their products on. "So if they want to keep showing more ads to the same users, they have to find other places to do that".

"[Advertising is] not necessarily everything, but it's definitely how we're going to be making money right now", Chudnovsky said. There are "other business models" under consideration, he says, but they all tie into ads.

Facebook quarterly profit in the first three months of this year surged as its ranks of monthly users swelled, but the firm warned of rising expenses and slowing revenue growth.

Your Facebook Messenger Home Screen Will Display Ads Soon