Businesses are using Facebook to target advertising and recruit employees and are turning to the social network to monetize the results.

A report by analytics firm Kantar Worldpanel found that a significant number of businesses on the platform have used Facebook advertising to generate revenues of more than $1 million per month.

While there are still many things businesses should be doing to make their business successful, a lot of businesses have figured out a way to use the platform to monetise the results of their ads.

For instance, you can use Facebook advertising on an existing website to generate a more targeted ad that leads to more clicks and leads to increased revenue.

“I would suggest businesses should use Facebook ads in their business model to generate additional revenue,” says Chris D’Amico, president and CEO of the American Express Center for Digital Media, which represents the online advertising and marketing services companies.

“You can create a more engaging website with more engagement.

It is a great way to drive more visitors to your website,” he says.”

Facebook ads have proven to be a great marketing tool for a number of clients.

They are one of the few ways to generate extra income from advertising on the site,” says Scott DeYoung, senior VP of communications and public engagement at the National Federation of Independent Business.

DeYoung says companies should look for opportunities to monetized advertising to increase the size of their user base, boost sales and increase their retention.

“We’re seeing it happening on all types of products and services that businesses need to monetization.

You don’t need to be an advertising agency to do this.

You can use social media to reach out to the customer and get more sales,” he explains.

The most effective way to generate revenue on Facebook is to create an engagement program with your clients, he adds.

“The most successful programs are ones that are engaging, that have the right mix of engagement, engagement, content, and engagement.

A lot of people want to engage with a brand and build a relationship, so they need to understand what they’re getting into.

They need to engage, to see the value in their product or service,” DeYoung says.

DeYon is also one of many companies who have built their Facebook advertising revenue through engagement.

De Yon is a social media company that has built its Facebook advertising revenues through engagement, and the company has built a customer-driven marketing strategy around the social media platform.

“It is an important part of our business model.

We’re constantly trying to improve our engagement.

We want to increase engagement with our customers,” DeYon says.

The company is using Facebook ads to create new businesses.

“When you see something on Facebook that interests you, you want to be involved.

That’s how we build our business.

It’s not about what’s on the page, it’s about what you see on Facebook.

We do that by building a great brand, by creating content and engaging our customers, and that’s our primary business,” De Yon says, adding that the company’s Facebook ads have generated nearly $300 million in revenue since 2015.

Deyon also says that engagement on Facebook can have a tremendous impact on the way advertisers think about the ad campaign and the way they think about their business.

“There’s so much data about the people who are watching our ads.

We are constantly trying out new ways to engage our customers and make sure we’re delivering value,” he adds, noting that Facebook ads are a key part of this effort.”

They are part of how we make money, but we also want to make sure that we are making money,” he continues.”

What we’re seeing is that there’s a lot more engagement in our ads on Facebook, and people are getting engaged.

The data is changing, so we need to change how we are doing things to keep up with the changing times,” De Young says.

A lot of companies are using the social networking platform to generate more revenue, but the vast majority of them are still using a business model that relies heavily on ad revenue.