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Facebook to sell only 100% in-view ads—but...!
The good news first: later this year, Facebook advertisers will pay for an ad only if 100% of it appears on a person's screen. This is great for advertisers, because now they feel they're paying for ads that were served but never seen (which does happen often).
But! Facebook won't consider how long an ad has been viewed before an advertiser is charged... meaning that if a user is scrolling through her News Feed too fast to properly see anything, you will likely get charged for the view anyway. Case in point, try spotting the ad below (thanks to AdAge for this fun game):
Take the first step (it's free).
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