The rules: The winner will win $10,000, or $10 for each follower retweeted.
The winner also will receive $1,000 in bonus Twitter Bucks.
The prize is based on the total number of followers.
For example, if a follower has 7,500 followers, the winner will receive 7,000 Twitter Bucks, while the loser will receive 4,500 Twitter Bucks and a measly $1.25.
For every tweet that’s retweeted more than 10 times, the user who’s retweeting will win.
And if a tweet has more than 3,000 followers, it’ll also win the bonus Twitter Buck.
But the Twitter Bucks are only available for one tweet per person.
To enter, simply tweet a photo of yourself and use hashtag #papasagames.
To win the Twitter Buck, you’ll need to retweet 1,000 or more times.
The winners will be announced in October.
Posted By: Michael A. Heitman Categories: news,social media,advertising,business,advertising business news source NBC Sports title Facebook Ads will help businesses grow faster, new study finds article The results: Facebook ads are expected to generate an estimated $3 billion in additional revenue for businesses in 2021.
But Facebook is taking the opportunity to show its advertisers the benefits of spending more time and money on their ads.
Facebook announced Thursday that it is offering its advertisers an additional five minutes of advertising time per month to help them reach potential customers.
This means businesses with one ad in 20 ads will receive an additional $3,000 per month.
Facebook said that this is the first time advertisers will get this much time on their advertisements.
Facebook’s move is part of its effort to improve the company’s ad revenue and advertising performance.
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Michael A Heitmans Categories: business,advertising Business News source NBC.com title Facebook to open more ads on social media article Facebook is bringing more ads to its social media platforms.
The social media giant is set to launch an ad-targeting feature that will allow advertisers to run ads directly on Facebook’s network.
Facebook will use this ad-sales tool to increase its ad sales.
Mark Zuckerberg said in a blog post on Thursday that advertisers will be able to buy ads directly from Facebook to help reach customers.
Advertisers can also target their ads to consumers by showing them ads in their news feeds.
‘This will be a game-changer’ The move is a big boost for Facebook’s ad business as the company continues to make money from the sale of ads on its platform.
In 2018, Facebook reported a loss of $8.9 billion.
Facebook had about $1 billion in revenue last year.
The ad-marketing company has been trying to turn its revenue from its Facebook Messenger platform into more money to invest in its business.
But it has been battling with advertisers who have criticized the company for a lack of diversity in its audience.
“The only way to grow in the long term is to do more with less, and this will be the first step in doing that,” Zuckerberg wrote.
Facebook’s decision to make more ads available on its social networks has been a topic of debate in recent months.
This move will open up more advertising space to advertisers, many of whom have struggled with how to monetize their content.
A new study released Thursday found that the average social media ad spends more than twice as much on content and ads as it does on actual ad revenue.
That study, which was commissioned by the social media company and sponsored by ad agency Ogilvy & Marsh, looked at more than 1,200 ad networks and found that, on average, the average ad spend on social networks is $14.10 per click.
If Facebook wants to keep spending on its advertising, it needs to find ways to monetizing that spending.
Facebook also has faced criticism over the way its advertising platform is designed.
On Tuesday, a New York court found that Facebook had violated the Digital Advertising Alliance’s (DAA) terms of service when it used a botnet to distribute fake news and misinformation about the election.
In a separate lawsuit, a Texas judge has also ruled that Facebook is responsible for $3 million in damages over its failure to remove fake news stories on its site.
Last month, Facebook said it was testing a new way to remove the ads that it claims are spamming users’ feeds.