Facebook plans to open up its Instant Articles programme to all publishers globally: The leading social media forum, Facebook now has announced that it will launch the Instant Articles Programmes that will help all the users a total new reading experience, which is much faster and much better. All kinds of articles will be based on this programme, news, views as well as any kind of opinions.
The F8 conference, which about to take place recently will see the launch of this programme. The event is supposed to take place in San Francisco on the 12th of April, 2016. Facebook has been working with a lot of experienced people including several publishers all around the globe. They joined hands to finally launch this brand new reading experience.
The idea is already up and Facebook has already started to receive several feedbacks about the programme and it is taking initiatives to mend the flaws and improve it further. They plan to extend the programme to a much wider scale for all their users.
With the Instant Article programme, several publishers across the globe can keep a control all the various stories, the reading experience and that includes ads too. The idea is very effective considering the fact that now Facebook will be broadcasting their own ads and thus they will be gaining a total hundred per cent revenue. They can even keep a track of all the data that is broadcasted in the ads and regulate them too. The content will be checked by the authorities.
However there are certain problems particularly the users who have a poor connectivity. Thus they plan to open their facilities for their users by reaching up to every publisher possible and make them ready for the Facebook users. They are working hard to hasten the procedure and make the programme come into effect as soon as possible.
Now the company waits for the concerned publishers to see through the documents so that the programme is ready by the month of April. Everyone is all excited about the new reading experience that Facebook brings us. Stay tuned for updates.