Facebook is the most popular platform on the web, but it is expensive to run ads on it.
The social media giant has launched a new ad format called “social ads” which allow users to pay for Facebook ads.
Ads will run for free on Facebook, but users will have to pay a monthly fee to see them.
Facebook says this fee will cover advertising costs for Facebook accounts that are less than 10,000 followers, but the company is now charging advertisers $9 a month for each Facebook account they manage.
“Social ads have the potential to increase Facebook’s advertising revenue significantly in the future, so we are excited to explore ways to support this growth with new advertising solutions,” said Facebook’s VP of product marketing, Brian Conley.
“We look forward to helping Facebook improve its ad platform and increase the value of our advertising offerings for advertisers.”
Ads will only run for a limited time and will expire after 30 days.
Users will have the option to opt out of these ads, and the company will not allow users from a different social media platform to see the ads.
Facebook has already introduced a similar model to its own product, Instagram.
Instagram’s ads run for 10 days and can be removed after 30 minutes.
The company will allow advertisers to opt in or out of this feature, but will not let users from competing platforms see ads.
This new model is not new for Facebook.
The platform previously used a fee to fund its advertising network and the cost of running the ads was passed on to users.
But Facebook said that it would only allow ads from competing networks to be shown if they are at least 10,001 followers and if they run on a paid platform.
Facebook will start charging advertisers the fee in April 2018, which will be $8.99 a month per user.
Users can opt out from ads that run on competing platforms at any time, but that will only be available for a short period of time.