Users highlight how wrong Instagram Ads are
One thing that we have become used to while using the likes of Instagram is the amount of ads that we see.
It will usually be something that is based of data each site pulls from us, like previous google searches.
Facebook, Twitter etc. can also judge what it is we like based on how we interact with brands and on certain topics.
So if you tweet a lot during #LoveIsland - then you might have ads from Boohoo or other sponsors.
However with Instagram, it actually shows you what it thinks you're interested in when it comes to ads.
Here's how to figure it out:
1. On your @instagram, click Settings > Security > Access Data > Ads.
2. Laugh at how wildly off-base the results are.
3. Share the most ridiculous results below.
Some of my best are "Plastic," "Emotion," "Woman," and something called "Netmums." #InstagramAds
— Eric Ginsburg (@Eric_Ginsburg) 1 June 2019
In addition, people have highlighted just how wrong some of them actually are.
So who's done the Instagram game? Go to Instagram Setting>Privacy & Security>Access Data>Ads.
My top 4 are:
Kansas City Royals
Load of bs this one. Aside fr Kendall, I don't even know who/what these entities are! #InstagramAds
— JemDC (@xplodeddims) 6 June 2019
— Liz Hodgkinson (@l3111) 6 June 2019