The ad agency House ad company, which was acquired by Facebook in 2016, says it has signed a deal to sell ads on house., the popular house website that houses a number of major social media platforms, including Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest.
According to House ad exec Adam Mowbray, the company is currently selling ads on more than 30,000 sites, which includes a number that House said had “over 25 million unique visits” in the past year.
The ad agency is selling ad space on House.com for $10,000 a month, which is more than double what the site currently costs, Mowber said in a statement.
Mowbrays company is not disclosing exactly how much advertising it is paying, but the agency said it will be doing about $2 million per month on House ads.
Mowbrell said he expects House ads to be “a real boon” to the site’s ad business.
House, which has had some problems in recent months, has been hit hard by the shutdown, as most of its ad revenue comes from Instagram and Pinterest, the companies that are home to the majority of House’s ad revenue.
In its statement, House said it was not able to disclose how much it was paying for ads.
“We continue to look to grow our ad revenue,” Mowrell said.