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The self-made media giant Facebook has a big new ad campaign on its upcoming launch.

The adverts are part of the company’s $200m $1.9bn US funding round and will target millennials, but also advertisers who spend more on Facebook than their peers.

The company has partnered with influencers, bloggers and influencers to create content that will be shared and shared again, and has also begun working with the likes of Nike, McDonalds, and Coca-Cola.

The company also says that its new content will be updated frequently and will be free to users.

Read moreRead moreFacebook will make a number of announcements on its launch on Wednesday.

One of them is a free trial for all users.

“As we roll out our platform, we’ll be rolling out a variety of updates and changes,” a Facebook spokesperson said.

“This will be the first time you’ll see all the new features.”

Facebook is also working with media outlets to create original content, the company says.

“We’re working to bring more creators into the fold to create more stories and features,” the spokesperson said, adding that the content is still in early stages.

The adverts have already been shown to the media, which is expected to give the company a boost.

“When we were working on the platform, people were asking for a new way to share content on Facebook,” a spokesperson said on the adverts’ launch.

“People have always asked, ‘Can I share my favourite posts with my friends on Facebook?'”

Facebook is working with some of the world, including Google, to create its social network.

“I can’t tell you how excited we are to see what they create,” the company said.

The ads will run for 30 days and will feature a series of videos and short stories, according to a post on Facebook’s blog.

“It’s about getting people excited about what we’re building and how it will change the way they interact with Facebook,” the post said.

Facebook also launched a video series in the US and will roll out a video campaign in the UK.

“The new adverts will be coming to UK markets in the first half of the year, and they will help to bring the brand awareness to the UK, as well as to a wider audience,” the ad agency says.