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Facebook Tests Shopping Feeds and Ads With "Canvas"

     
11:13 am on Oct 13, 2015 (gmt 0)

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Matched to feeds and likes, "Canvas" gives mobile users a full screen, fast loading, product browsing capability before the users choose to go through to the retailers web site.

Facebook is also extending the test of the Shop section with Favorites.

Across each of these formats—from proven ad products such as carousel and dynamic products ads to new tests—our goal is to make it easier for people to discover relevant products on mobile while also driving results for businesses. Facebook Tests Shopping Feeds and Ads With "Canvas" [facebook.com]
11:20 am on Oct 13, 2015 (gmt 0)

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They seem determined to chase away their users
1:23 pm on Oct 13, 2015 (gmt 0)

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How so? This is in addition to everything else.
10:54 am on Oct 14, 2015 (gmt 0)

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People go there to socialize, get in the way of that and people will go elsewhere. The public might be naive and maybe even a little slow but they do have their limits, and when that limit is reached they react. ie. adblockers