Hacker News has a huge presence on social media, but the popular platform has traditionally struggled to monetize the platform.
While it does have some cool new features in the works, it’s been plagued by a lack of interest from advertisers and has had a hard time keeping up with the competition.
Now, however, the platform is working on a new social buying portal that will allow advertisers to target and target their ads across the network.
The company said in a blog post today that the portal will help brands find products that they can spend on, while it will also provide a way for advertisers to share their most-liked posts with their followers.
The platform will be accessible through the Google Chrome extension, and will be able to be used for free on the Google Store.
In addition to its social buying features, the Hacker News platform will include tools to help brands monetize their content and build relationships with users.
The company says it will integrate with social media analytics companies, which it will use to understand the behavior of their users and offer recommendations to advertisers.
The product will also allow advertisers and brands to share information with one another and provide the platforms with analytics data.
The Hacker News team also plans to build a platform that will help users discover products that have a higher percentage of purchase in their category than they did last month.
It will also be able display a “buyer” tab that can display products that are being bought by the same user.
The team said it would build an in-app shopping tool that will show how many times a product has been purchased by a user, how long they have been browsing the site, and their average rating on the HackerNews.com platform.
The app will be available in the Chrome Web Store for free.