The social network giant has been looking for ways to buy its way into people’s minds, especially when it comes to buying ads.
So, last month, it hired an ad agency to research ways to get people to buy more of its ads.
The ad agency, called CSP Worldwide, was led by the company’s vice president of product strategy, David McDaniel.
The agency’s website says that the agency specializes in “researching the impact of digital advertising on the digital landscape, the impact on the way people interact online, and how brands can leverage digital platforms to drive better consumer experiences.”CSP Worldwide also conducted a study on Facebook’s relationship with people with autism.
The results are pretty interesting.
In the study, the agency found that “Facebook ads were perceived as more relevant and engaging than any other digital ad in the study.”
This means that Facebook was able to get its audience to pay more attention to its ads than other digital platforms, even if the audience is not using Facebook.
This isn’t the first time that Facebook has tried to get advertisers to buy ads with the intention of influencing their behavior.
In 2016, Facebook bought the rights to broadcast the Super Bowl to the US and Canada for $250 million, a deal that was ultimately scrapped after a lawsuit by the NFL.