Think you have a leg up on your competitors in terms of advertising on Facebook? Not for long.

Due to recent transparency issues, Facebook is rolling out an update that allows competitors view all of the ads associated with your page. While this may seem like a bad thing, it can also work in your favor. Learn how in this week’s Hard Facts.

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