Facebook may stop showing ads. But only if you are willing to pay for it

Executive Director Facebook Sheryl Sandberg in   interview NBC said a curious thing   - in   sotsseti thinking about how to remove annoying ads.

Facebook may stop showing ads. But only if you are willing to pay for it

Executive Director Facebook Sheryl Sandberg in   interview NBC said a curious thing   - in   sotsseti thinking about how to remove annoying ads. But   not   for all, and   for those who are willing to pay for it .

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This is a fairly well-known practice, to   which often resorted to cellular providers. In fact, it's like subscribing to   conditional Apple Music or Netflix, where the customer directly pays the company for   content, and   of   food chain is removed advertising. Another question is that Facebook is a tool, not an end product. And the big question is how much people will want to pay for what used to be free. However, nothing specific Cheryl   said   - they say, we   while in   meditations.

In a good way , after the story with   theft of data 87   million people from   Facebook, social network management could   would run a stock in   spirit of "a year without advertising. " But on   According to Sandberg, the social network will simply be bent from   such a move. Yes   and   none of   investors do not   will solve. After all, almost all of the current income Facebook receives from   advertising in   mobile client. This is 89% of the   of all social network revenues.

Source: NBC

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