Facebook has designed Timeline to look the same on mobile devices as it does on PCs, although without the ads. Lieb said Facebook is also testing ads that appear like status updates on the news feed, yet remain in view longer, so they don’t get pushed down and out of sight right way. The ad could start as a friend’s “like” or other social activity, and only be seen within a friend’s network, she said. Read more
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