An advertisement on Facebook can look just like any other, except it is no longer free to view, says a technology expert.
This is why you need to think outside the box, says Kunal Shah, founder and founder of Zendo.com.
He is the co-founder of the Zendo mobile application that lets you buy and sell products.
“We have to create a whole new way of advertising,” Shah says.
To do this, Shah has developed Zendo’s Ad-Hive app.
This platform is similar to AdSense in that it lets you make ads that will be displayed on the Facebook ad platform, but Zendo allows you to make ads for any products.
Shah says his app lets you sell anything from car seats to shampoo, as long as it is on Facebook.
Zendo is one of the first apps in India to use ad-hive, which means the app will show ads for all products.
“The only difference between the AdHive platform and AdSense is the monetisation model,” Shah adds.
“This platform is designed to offer products directly to the user.”
Zendo is a new app for advertisers.
“The main difference is the fact that Zendo doesn’t show ads like you see on the usual ads,” Shah explains.
This means you don’t have to pay to display your ad, as you would on other Facebook ads.
You can even sell your product in the app.
Zendo has a free trial for customers.
But Shah also charges a monthly subscription fee.
Users pay for a subscription, but Shah says Zendo will charge $2.50 for each product that they buy.
Users can choose from a range of products.
Some products are exclusive to Zendo, such as shampoo.
Others, like food or travel, are available on Facebook for free.
The Zendo platform is not just about selling products, Shah says, it is about connecting people to products and companies.
Shah is also the cofounder of e-commerce platform Flipkart.
The platform has over 60 million active users.
Shah has a particular interest in the Indian marketplace, where there is a strong focus on local products.
He sees this as an opportunity for Zendo to reach more users.
“It’s a way of connecting people with product, not just advertising,” he says.
“There is a big opportunity for people to get their products in the market.”
The other big difference between Zendo and AdHives, he adds, is that Zendos ad-supported model has no subscription.
“If you buy something from Zendo through Zendes marketplace, you can get your product free, but you have to subscribe to a monthly fee,” Shah points out.
The biggest advantage of Zendoes ad-backed model, Shah adds, lies in the ability to monetise.
Zendas platform doesn’t require users to subscribe, but it does charge a monthly premium.
For example, if you buy shampoo, Zendo charges you $2 a month, which is $10.
Zendes ad-powered model has the potential to attract more users, Shah predicts.
“Zendos platform is very simple, which gives the user the possibility to engage more and more,” he adds.
Shah adds that ZEndes advertising revenue could be more than $1 billion by the end of the year.
Shah says Zendo could be a huge opportunity for Facebook.
“Ads have always been the primary way of generating revenue on Facebook, and Facebook has been trying to make the transition to mobile advertising,” says Shah.
“I think ZendoS platform could be an important step to make that transition,” he predicts.
Facebook’s new strategy to monetize in India comes at a time when the platform is facing criticism over the use of ad-blockers in its platform.
In May, Facebook announced a $1.3 billion round of funding.
The funding comes in the wake of reports that ad-blocking software had been used by Facebook to block out users’ ads.
Facebook said the company was testing new ways of using ad-blocks to help improve ad performance on its platform, including by showing ads more prominently.
However, the move was met with skepticism from critics, who said the ad-blocking technology could make the platform harder to use.
Facebook, however, argued that the new ad-billing tools would make the site more responsive.