The social media platform has become a key platform for reaching audiences beyond the reach of its main users.
And it has become the new battleground for advertisers looking to build and maintain the brand equity of brands that they own or are partners with.
The company is still struggling to grow its audience on social, with its monthly active users dipping below 100 million for the first time in six years.
However, the company is moving to build a stronger ecosystem with the launch of BettingChannel, its first paid advertising program, which will be offered in beta on Friday.
Bettingchannel is a subscription-based program that allows users to bet with other people or bet with their friends and fans.
Users can bet on sports, music, video games and other video content.
The product is free to sign up for, but Betting Channel users can pay $2 per month to have a team of pros at their disposal.
In order to create a bet, users must be signed in to Betting channel.
Users also have to sign into the Betting app, which allows them to search for other users who are willing to bet on the same games.
The bet is a two-sided bet: If the bet is successful, users will win money, while if the bet fails, they lose money.
Betvertisers will have a chance to see how popular the Betning channel is before the bet takes place.
If Betting users don’t bet on enough games, the app will let them know.
If a user bet less than the number of bets the team members can make in a given week, the bet will be cancelled.
Users will be able to use Betting channels for free for a limited time, but that will end on Dec. 14, according to the company.
It said that the free Betting account will be available for a short period of time, until Jan. 16.
Better channel users will have access to the team at the company’s New York headquarters.
In addition to Betty channel, Betting is also rolling out BettingClub, a betting platform that will allow users to create multiple bets and use them to win money.
The feature will roll out to beta users on Friday, according of the company, and will launch in beta to users in the United States and Canada.