Edit Your Ad Preferences

Do you hate-follow any celebrities or personalities on Facebook? A while back, I gave former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin a follow. I was just curious more than anything. But then I noticed that the ads on Facebook feed began to ... change. Let's just say, I started getting ads for things I really wasn't all that interested in. 
 
Facebook's business is built around providing marketers with detailed information on its users' interests, which Facebook's algorithms insinuate based on—among other things—celebrities and personalities they've actively followed. However, if you "like" something on Facebook that's a little out of your usual media diet, you also have the ability to keep your ad experience in check. 
 
To curate your ads, go to Settings > Ads > click "edit" next to "Ads based on my preferences." Here, you will find all the topics that Facebook has determined is a "preference" of yours, conveniently separated into categories. You can delete an interest simply by hitting delete on the right of each interest. Or, if you're a weirdo who's really into their Facebook ads, you can even add new preferences.
 
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