Facebook has updated its ad preferences so you can see what topics the company thinks you’re interested in, and opt out of categories. They hope this will make its targeted ads less intrusive. To find what Facebook and advertisers know about you, simply log into your Facebook account on a desktop. Once you are on the site, travel to the left hand side where you will see your name, “Edit Profile,” “Favorites” and ‘Pages.” Under the section “Pages,” “Like Pages” should be list. Click on this option and it will take you to another page that lists a range of suggests for you to choose from. At the top are three options – “Top Suggestions,” “Invites” and “Like Pages.” Click on “Like Pages” and you should be presented with every page you have “Liked” since you became a Facebook member. Here you can unclick certain pages, so Facebook can serve you better ads.
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