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An easier way to go native: Facebook's launched a new native mobile ad format that makes it easier for businesses to place native-style content in third-party apps in its Audience Network.
Customize ad height, font, background color, button borders, and other features. Other new features include a native ad template for horizontal scroll, and tools for managing multiple native ad requests. You'll also be able to make ads appear in highest-performing order.
All this means your ads will be harder to ignore and easier to cash in on.
Take the first step (it's free).
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