Companies Boycott:Companies pulling their ads from Facebook

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Companies pulling their ads from Facebook

Companies around the world are pulling their ads from the world’s largest advertisement platform. Facebook has more than 3 billion potential customers. World top class companies are pulling their ads from Facebook. More than 19 world top class companies around the world-boycott-their ads from Facebook.

Recently, in June 2020, Facebook CEO of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg refused to do anything after the USA, president hates post on Instagram “When the looting starts, the shooting starts.” (For your information Instagram is also owned by Facebook).

Facebook made new rules this Friday which don’t satisfy the Facebook customers and the companies around the world. As a result of world 19, companies boycott their ads from Facebook. In which COCA-COLA, UNILEVER, BEN & JERRY, and many more companies boycott Facebook.

This boycott has a-huge setback for Facebook. In an estimate, Facebook is losing 30% of his customer around the world.

The companies pull their ads from Facebook are;

1-Ben & Jerry’s

2-Unilever

3-Verizon

 a Verizon spokesperson told Mashable on Thursday. “We have strict content policies in place and have zero tolerance when they are breached, we take action. We’re pausing our advertising until Facebook can create an acceptable solution that makes us comfortable and is consistent with what we’ve done with YouTube and other partners.” 

4-The North Face

5-REI 

6-Patagonia

7-Eddie Bauer

8- Dashlane

9-Magnolia Pictures 

10-Eileen Fisher

11-Upwork

12-Honda

13-Lululemon

14-Dockers

15-Mozilla

16-Coca-Cola Company

   The company released a statement this Friday in which they said that they are boycotting Facebook for 30 days.

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