You Can’t See a Bigger Picture with Google Ads


You can’t see a bigger picture with Google ads, but that’s not the issue.

It’s the fact that you have to spend a lot of money on them.

A survey by the Pew Research Center found that nearly two-thirds of Americans spend between $50 and $100 a month on Google ads.

That’s about double the rate for Facebook, which is only about half the size of Google, and far less than the rate that the average American spends on Facebook ads.

But Google is still able to sell you ads at a premium price because Google has a lot to lose by letting ads run on its platforms.

For starters, it’s a major player in the mobile space.

Google is the No. 1 mobile search engine in the U.S. (by revenue, it is second to Yahoo).

The company is also the top app for iOS and Android devices.

That makes Google a dominant player in mobile, even as it is the most popular app for desktop PCs.

Google also owns the No

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