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New Study Discovers That Most Advertisers Are Doing Youtube Wrong

Youtube sees millions of users a day as consumers flock to the site for pretty much every topic under the son. With such a large audience, Youtube has become the perfect tool for advertisers. Unfortunately, a new study revealed that most advertisers are doing Youtube completely wrong. In this new study, Strike Social examined a […] The post New Study Discovers That Most Advertisers Are Doing Youtube Wrong appeared first on The Blog Herald.
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