15 Sec Auto play ad on Facebook

Is that any good idea? who know this marketing way gonna boost the Market. ūüôā but we should wait and see how is gonna work because earlier ¬†days we all sticking with old Facebook layout at once they changed then most of them commented¬†that’s¬†not gonna work. but now it developed up to graph search now people talks about the privacy, like that first bad comments and than once people got used that’s the best. But i want say that¬†Facebook’s¬†¬†15 Video ad good be but after some time we all going to used to that. but my¬†opinion¬†is better Facebook Ad team considering the volume controls and the sound because some sound gonna make user¬†boring. And then how is gonna supports with¬†smartphones if the ads is running with smart phones anyone using the net with out¬†WiFi we looking the ad or now for loading the data going to use with the service provider.¬†¬†Once Facebook team launched only we can tell how it gonna be. ūüôā


According to¬†Ad Age‘s¬†unnamed sources, Facebook is preparing to launch a somewhat invasive ad program this summer through its news feed. Alongside the left and right spaces outside of the news feed, the company is reportedly planning four 15-second autoplay video ads that’ll target women over 30, women under 30, men over 30, and men under 30 (so, uh, expect lots of super general advertisers we’d guess — toilet paper and Coca-Cola, for example). While potentially invasive, the ads are also potentially extremely lucrative; Facebook is apparently seeking near $1 million per day, per advertiser. That’s a cool $4 million (roughly)¬†per day, with the potential risk of pushing away the billions of people enabling such an incredibly high ad rate.

Facebook’s had a strange history with advertising,¬†occasionally amending rulesthat angered the social network’s users (such as targeting marketing based on browsing history). The California-based internet company also outright¬†paused its mobile ad network¬†program last December, citing internal prioritization of other products. As you might’ve guessed, Facebook reps declined to comment on this report, so it’s probably best to reserve your outrage until there’s some solid confirmation.

Source : Mashable