Snapchat is one of the most popular social media apps in the world.
It has a global audience of over 200 million users and generates over $1 billion in revenue each year.
However, Snapchat is not a regular part of most people’s day-to-day life.
In the past few months, Snapchat has begun to use the same ads as the likes of Google’s AdWords and Facebook’s AdMob to target its advertisers.
That’s because Snapchat is an advertising network, which means it is using its own algorithms to target users based on their interests.
For example, if a user wants to watch a movie, Snapchat may show an ad on a video of that movie.
However if the user is looking to make a purchase, Snapchat will show an ads ad for a physical product.
Snapchat is not alone in this trend.
Facebook has been using ads to target their users in similar ways.
It also uses its own ad network to target consumers based on what they search for.
And Facebook’s new AdSense program, which it launched last month, will soon be rolling out to advertisers across the company.
It’s a trend that has been gaining traction among marketers.
As advertisers continue to reach more people and businesses, Snapchat’s ads will be increasingly important in helping them to reach and engage their audiences.
Snapchat is the only app on the app that advertisers can target with Snapchat ads.
This means that marketers have more control over the content and ads they see and that they can make more informed decisions about how to reach their audiences in a way that is relevant to their audience.
But Snapchat advertising is a small part of Facebook’s overall ad platform.
Facebook also uses the platform to target ads to its users based upon a variety of factors.
These include the users’ interests, their geographic location, their activity patterns, the size of their audience and the level of engagement with their users.
There are other ways in which advertisers can use Snapchat ads to reach users, though.
For example, advertisers can also target users with targeted content based on the users interests.
For instance, Facebook can show ads to users based in a user’s neighborhood or the location of their home, or they can target ads based on a user activity pattern.
Facebook’s advertising platform also uses contextual data to target advertising to the users it has a relationship with.
For an example, a company can show an advertisement to a user based on whether the user posts to Facebook’s Stories, or whether they have been tagged in a photo shared by a friend or family member.
And, for advertisers, advertisers also have control over what ads appear on their networks.
They can place targeted ads on their sites based on who they reach, what they like to see, what brands they follow, and what their audiences are most interested in.
Facebook does not make its ads available to advertisers, but they can use the platform’s advertising SDK to target them.
It’s possible that advertisers will be able to make ads that are tailored to their specific audience.