In the world of online business strategies, Facebook’s Instagram has rolled a new feature named “Carousel Ads”. Instagram’s users will soon start noticing the new type of ads that lets them swipe through multiple pages for an ad. This certainly gives marketers the opportunity to advertise their product more efficiently.instagram-carousel-ads

Carousel ads will provide more content about the product and a link to learn more about the product and the website. Carousel ads offer a new way for brands to share more images with people interested in their posts. The users will be able to swipe left and right to see the images of the promoted product.About explaining the new ad feature, Instagram

About explaining the new ad feature, Instagram says “For instance, think about a car company can share an array of images showing different features of the new model. The other example is of a fashion company, who can use this ad feature to show their products more effectively”. And after all the images, if the user is interested in it or would like to know more about it, then there’ll a learn more button that will take the user to the linked website to serve the purpose.As users prefer Instagram as an ad-free service, the company introduced sponsored content gradually, careful to avoid flooding feeds-a strategy that helped it till now to prevent any noticeable backlash from the service’s growing count of users.

As users prefer Instagram as an ad-free service, the company introduced sponsored content gradually, careful to avoid flooding feeds-a strategy that helped it till now to prevent any noticeable backlash from the service’s growing count of users.The new ad service marks the latest step

The new ad service marks the latest step of Instagram’s effort to position its mobile services as an online business channel. Apparently, Instagram introduced photo ads in late 2013 and rolled out video ads last year.
Carousel ads will certainly enable marketers and advertisers to host sequenced stories on the image and video sharing platform. This will let the advertisers to demonstrate more of their products or services in a single ad.
Users who don’t have any interest in carousel ads served on their feed can simply scroll past them and only take a view on the content shared by their following people.Carousel ads will help Instagram in expanding its ad revenue as they likely to encourage more advertisers to start using the image and video sharing platform for hosting their new promotional campaigns.

Carousel ads will help Instagram in expanding its ad revenue as they likely to encourage more advertisers to start using the image and video sharing platform for hosting their new promotional campaigns.As Instagram announced, the carousel ads feature will initially be available in the United States to a limited set of advertising partners.

As Instagram announced, the carousel ads feature will initially be available in the United States to a limited set of advertising partners.The company executives have stressed that ads will be incorporated at a measured pace, with Instagram’s main focus on boosting users. Gregarious Narain, CTO of Chute, weighed in on the announcement: “As of now, there are no public plans to expand the feature to full Instagram userbase. The optimist in me is hopeful that slowly Instagram will expand these features, but the realist in me acknowledges that even if they do expand, it’s going to be slowly. As we all learned from the #Instapurge of 2014, maintaining the authenticity of the Instagram community is one of the platform’s top concerns. I would guess that they’re looking

The company executives have stressed that ads will be incorporated at a measured pace, with Instagram’s main focus on boosting users. Gregarious Narain, CTO of Chute, weighed in on the announcement: “As of now, there are no public plans to expand the feature to full Instagram userbase. The optimist in me is hopeful that slowly Instagram will expand these features, but the realist in me acknowledges that even if they do expand, it’s going to be slowly. As we all learned from the #Instapurge of 2014, maintaining the authenticity of the Instagram community is one of the platform’s top concerns. I would guess that they’re looking into ways to first combat any sort of spam linking before rolling the feature out to its 300 million users”.