When Threads might get ads as user base booms

Meta’s new Twitter competitor, Threads, has really taken off. And while there’s still a slew of features it needs before it can truly provide a full alternative option to Twitter, one thing that Meta isn’t planning to roll out any time soon is a traditional online advertising program for the platform. In response to one Threads user posting about ads coming to the service, the company’s founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg chimed in to make Meta’s plans clear.”Our approach will be the same as all our other products: make the product work well first, then see if we can get it on a clear path to 1 billion people, and only then think about monetization at that point,” Zuckerberg said.While Meta is clearly saying traditional online advertising isn’t coming to Threads quite yet, that’s hardly the only way that social media content is monetized. Marketers don’t need to wait for Threads to run an advertising program in order to use the platform for sponsored content and influencer marketing.  SEE ALSO: Amazon Prime Day 2023 is here: Shop 120+ of the best deals on Apple devices, 4K TVs, robot vacuums, and more Although Meta has yet to comment on its plans to support brand-led sponsored content on Threads, a new report from Axios indicates that Threads will soon introduce a suite of features aimed at helping brands run their own advertising campaigns. And those tools and the policies surrounding them will come straight from Threads’ connected-platform, Instagram.”Instagram is working to quickly make…When Threads might get ads as user base booms