In January, the company announced a $1 billion deal to buy advertising and marketing services from online ad firm Datalogix for a reported $1.2 billion.

That deal is the latest example of how social media companies are shifting their business models from traditional ad sales to an increasingly lucrative online marketing business.

As social media platforms become more popular with their millions of followers, companies are trying to find new ways to reach them.

While there are many ad networks that are focused on selling direct to consumers, many others are focusing on connecting advertisers to influencers on Twitter and Instagram, creating “social brands” that are used to reach consumers.

And there are also many companies that are trying something a bit different: creating an online ad for a black owned business.

For example, Twitter launched an ad campaign called “Black Lives Matter” to promote its “Black Voices Matter” initiative, a new initiative that seeks to “engage and empower black Americans to speak up for their rights,” according to the company.

And Facebook’s “Black Story” ad campaign was a hit, but the company recently announced it would start rolling out “Black Stories” ads, in which users post personal stories about the lives of African Americans.

“We want to get more people engaged, and get more visibility for our work,” the company wrote in a blog post.

But social media giants aren’t the only ones using their platforms to build a more direct relationship with consumers.

Companies are also taking advantage of the platform’s new power to sell direct to them.

Advertising agencies are using the platform to reach their audience, including celebrities and celebrities’ friends, and in a recent report by the consumer watchdog group Fairness and Accuracy in Advertising, they found that over 70 percent of ads purchased through social media in the U.S. were targeted at consumers.

“Advertisers are finding that it’s much easier to reach people online and reach them in a way that’s engaging,” said Mark Pincus, executive vice president of the consumer group.

“That’s the challenge of a digital medium is that it doesn’t have an audience,” he added.

“The audience that’s there is not really that engaged or engaged.”

Advertising agencies aren’t just targeting consumers, they’re targeting their brands.

“It’s not just advertisers that are using social to target, it’s also brands,” said Pincanus.

“A lot of brands that have a big audience and a big brand, they want to connect with their audience in a different way.”

It can be challenging for brands to find the right person to engage on social media, especially when they have limited time or are just trying to build relationships.

But there are companies that have been able to capitalize on social platforms’ ability to reach an audience through ads.

Google is using social media to reach users in the United States through its Google Ads platform, for example.

“Social media is really important in our advertising and we believe that it is the most important part of the ad business,” Google said in a statement.

“If we want to reach our potential audience, we have to reach it through advertising.”

Twitter, too, has been trying to connect its users to celebrities and influencers who can help promote the company’s products.

Twitter said in October it would add an advertising feature to its ads, but has yet to launch it in a commercial way.

That was in response to concerns from a group of celebrities and media influencers that Twitter’s ads could be discriminatory.

In September, Twitter released a statement about the ad, stating that the feature will not discriminate on the basis of race.

Twitter is not the only social media company that is using its platforms to connect consumers with brands.

Airbnb is one of the most prominent online accommodations companies, and it has launched a program to connect people to hosts in the Airbnb platform.

Airbnb has been one of Twitter’s biggest critics, because of the way it deals with hosts.

Airbnb allows hosts to sell tickets for a specific time and then cancel them later.

However, the host will only be credited for the number of people who book a hotel, not the amount of rooms booked.

Airbnb’s statement about connecting with hosts also referenced concerns about discrimination.

“For hosts, it can be incredibly difficult to find a good match,” Airbnb said in the statement.

The company said that it will work with the host to ensure that the booking process is as inclusive as possible.

The host will be able to opt-out of the Airbnb ad.

Airbnb did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Airbnb also says it will only use ad revenue from ads that are “sponsored by a major national hotel chain.”

Airbnb did note that Airbnb ads will not appear in search results or on Airbnb.

The site said it will also work with other platforms to “identify and target advertisers that have unique platforms or content” to help connect users with the hosts.

It did not say how many ads will