Andrey (azangru) wrote,

An article is discussing how job ads posted in social media can target particular age groups. Here’s one of the examples they provide. At this point, I am not even sure whether 'your' is a stylistic device intended to make the ad appear more informal / appealing to the younger audience, or whether it’s just a sign of a spelling deficiency of the author:

Incidentally, the authors of the article couldn’t help themselves and snuck in the passage reminding that "Targeted Facebook ads were an important tool in Russia’s efforts to influence the 2016 election."

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