Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) Debuts Ads Manger App

Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) continues to engage its business consumers with loads of new features and updates making their way to the social networking site.

For February 24, Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) has a new Manager App, specifically for its advertising community. As mobile advertising becomes the all new rage for social media-run advertisements, Facebook Inc claims that Ads Manager App for Mobile Site is packaged to help optimize mobile campaigns and engage target users. As the target groups of most advertisements today use smartphone and smaller display screen-sized devices over conventional desktops.

With nearly 2 million advertisers now using Facebook advertising, Ads Manager for Mobile sites App, will now manage ad campaigns, making it easier for businesses to monitor current advertisements or look at creating all new ones, where needed.

Why would you Use Ads Manager App

If you are power users of Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) advertising then the new roll-out is outright exciting. The app packs Track ad performance, editing of ads that are already live. On a different level, it will allow better management of ad budgets as well as schedules. The Ads Manager is also where you can Create Ads or enables push notifications.

Backed by market popularity, Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) has launched Ads Manager App for the Apple platform, the iOS systems, for US consumers. Globally, the feature is expected to be available in a couple of weeks.

Developers at Facebook Inc are already hard at work to develop the Android version of the ads manager app as well, the official FB post noted. However, Android mobile users can begin to use the Ad manager App on their phones, only late in 2015.

Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) has been pursuing monetization of its advertisements with consistent focus in the past year. As it innovates on its advertisement offerings, nuances of Google’s Adwords and AdSense based revenue-earning business model appear to be incubating here at Facebook’s advertisement Apps.