Instagram follows Facebook by reportedly testing mid-roll video ads for Stories
Tuesday, 10 January 2017 () Instagram is emulating its parent company Facebook by reportedly experimenting with inserting video ads in between Stories -- the sharing feature it copied from Snapchat in August.
Along with the new 150 million daily user stat, Instagram, which is owned by Facebook today announced the launch of ads mixed into Stories. The unclickable five-second photo and 15-second video ads appear between different people's stories and can be easily skipped. Instagram has signed up over 30...
The company, owned by Menlo Park’s Facebook, said 150 million accounts a day are using Instagram Stories, which made waves for its mimicry of Snapchat Stories.... SFGate - BusinessAlso reported by •engadget •The Next Web •The Verge •Mashable