It’s a question of when, not if, advertisers will stop using ads on TV.
And for now, it seems they will continue to.
But that doesn’t mean advertisers won’t find other ways to monetize their services, as some companies have been experimenting with other forms of advertising on their services.
Some of these new options are taking advantage of the platform’s ability to collect data about how viewers interact with their products.
For example, the app, called MyFitnessPal, will analyze users’ activity on the platform and then give advertisers access to those users’ data.
MyFitter is an Android app that lets advertisers target users based on their weight, waist size, and how they are exercising.
The app will also give advertisers the ability to use analytics from these users’ apps to target ads.
Other apps that are exploring different ways to use data to target advertisers include MyBizFit, MyHealth and MyBody.
The company, which is owned by Fitbit, will use data from users to target ad campaigns based on the types of fitness exercises they perform.
The company says it is “building a platform for marketers to connect with their customers with personalized advertising experiences and campaigns that will engage consumers with more personalized advertising, more tailored ads and a better experience for users.”
The same thing could be said for Facebook, which recently introduced a new ad format called “targeted engagement.”
The company says the format “allows advertisers to tailor targeted advertising to specific audience segments and topics,” and that it can target “individuals who are overweight, obese, and/or have diabetes,” for example.
The company also announced that it would use analytics to determine which ads users are viewing based on which of its categories they have engaged with.
Facebook says it will only target ads for users who have clicked the ad in question.
Meanwhile, Amazon announced that its ad platform will be available in beta to advertisers in early 2019.
The platform will allow users to view and analyze the ad impressions made by ad publishers, which could potentially be used to target advertising for individual users based upon their purchases.