Here's what Facebook thinks you're into

It's possible to see what interests the social media giant believes you have

Social media giant Facebook boasts one billion active users. It is changed how we communicate, socialise and work. 

The company makes its money from the ads place around a user's homepage and wall. They use a clever algorithm to identify products and services that may be of interest to the user, based upon previous posts and usage. 

Do you want to see what Facebook thinks you're interested in?

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This will bring up the following page:

It's possible to expand each category and remove any suggestions that may not be accurate. 

It's worth noting that altering these suggestions does not reduce the number of ads you see. They'll continue to show ads based on the suggestions remaining on the list. 

Facebook use this algorithm to show tailored ads, rather than generic or random selections.