Posted June 13, 2018 04:00:16A new article from the Jerusalem Post highlights the different types of advertisements that are being sold online.
The article cites the example of a woman who, in a bid to help her husband with his divorce, posted on Facebook to say she’d paid for a $20 massage and $50 in food at a restaurant.
The ad was picked up by thousands of other people.
Some people see it as a positive way to advertise their products.
Others see it a form of advertising that violates their privacy.
But most, if not all, people find the ads intrusive and intrusive of their privacy, the article said.
The woman’s husband, who does not wish to be identified, said he saw the ad and immediately deleted it.
The wife also said she had no idea it had been picked up.
But she said she’s not against advertising.
She said she’d be more than happy to buy an extra $20 of food or have her husband give her another massage.
“I feel it is a way to get attention, not a means to gain financial gain,” she said.
Some of the advertisers that are popping up on social media are offering a range of products, including clothing, shoes and even a massage, as well as coupons to get people to visit their websites.
Some are offering free shipping or coupons on products such as makeup or hair products.