Posted October 10, 2018 11:23:08By the end of the year, nearly half of all Americans will be logged into Facebook and the platform will be worth $4.9 billion, according to a new study.
The study from The Pew Charitable Trusts shows that people who are logged into the platform are most likely to be paid, at about 17.8 percent of online advertising dollars, and that the amount is nearly twice as much for online ads in 2018 as it was in 2017.
According to Pew, more than a third of the money earned online in 2018 comes from advertisers, and advertisers pay for about $10 billion worth of online ads.
In 2017, the industry reported $4 billion in advertising revenues.
While many people spend hours browsing and reading content on Facebook and other social networks, the report said, a disproportionate number of online advertisers do not have access to the platform.
That’s partly because advertisers need to pay for ads to appear on pages on the site.
Pew also found that the number of ads that appear on Facebook has increased by more than 1,000 percent since 2015.
It found that more than 40 percent of all Facebook ads are targeted at a single audience and that nearly three out of five ads are purchased by Facebook users.
The average cost per click on Facebook ads in 2016 was $3.87, according the study.
Facebook, a company that sells advertising products, also collects data about the people who visit its sites.
The company, which has more than 3.6 billion users, has said that the data it collects includes data on the sites’ audiences, content and engagement levels.
Facebook says it does not share this information with advertisers, or any other third parties, because it does no such thing.
Pentagon Spokesperson Lt.
Col. David Karp said the data the Pentagon uses to target ads is protected by the First Amendment.
The study found that almost two-thirds of Facebook ads that were targeted to a single customer were bought by a person who is not a member of Facebook’s targeted advertising group.
This group is comprised of the top 20,000 Facebook users in the U.S. The top 20 percent of Facebook users buy about $1 billion worth or more of Facebook ad revenue each year, the study found.
The vast majority of the Facebook ads were bought using keywords that are widely used by people on Facebook.
They include “citizen” and “business,” “social media,” “Facebook” and other terms that are common to the online advertising industry.
These keywords have been widely used in ads since 2015, when Facebook started using the technology to help it target ads more efficiently.
The research also showed that more people are on Facebook than ever before, and they are more likely to share content on the platform, and to share ads, than they were before.
In 2018, about 4.7 million Americans were logged into their profiles, compared to 3.5 million in 2017, Pew said.
Pornhub, which sells videos of people watching porn, reported that nearly 3 million of its videos are currently being shared on Facebook by users who have recently clicked on an ad.
About 4.5 percent of porn users click on ads, compared with 4 percent of users who don’t click on adverts.
The report found that about 2.4 million Americans watch videos of other people watching or commenting on porn, including about 3 million who watch videos on Facebook that are viewed by users in a Pornhub-owned ad.
Penguin News reported that 2.7 billion of the ads that have been shared on the website so far this year are targeted to porn.
Penske Inc., which makes a line of self-cleaning filters, has reported that more users are using its self-cleaner filters, which it uses to help people who use the company’s filters for cleaning up their own hair.
Panske is also reporting that more and more people have signed up for its self test to test the filters.