There are reasons to be excited about what’s trending in video. From compelling content to expanding audience sizes, digital video, which includes TV shows, movies, news and ads is experiencing its fair share of healthy growth.
Search, particularly paid search, plays an integral role in many performance driven digital campaigns. Engines like Google and Bing are often times the first place a user looks for information as well as the last.
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Imagine peering through a lens and instantly being able to toggle, transform and overlay items within your immediate surroundings; in a nutshell, that’s what AR has to offer, and according to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg—mass-consumer adoption may not be as far away as we think.
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Funny cat videos? YouTube. Need to get that wine stain out of your button up? YouTube. Live news broadcasts and dozens of new original channel offerings? YouTube TV.
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