When the Google Ads SDK Gets Its Own Twitter Plugin
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Digital advertising has been on a steady decline over the past few years.
While Google’s own ad SDKs are a relatively large portion of the market, they’re a tiny portion of all of the ad inventory Google sees on the web.
However, as Twitter enters the game, it’s not only expanding its ad offerings but also making the SDKs more customizable.
Google announced today that it will soon be integrating its SDKs into the Twitter app.
For now, only the Twitter ad platform will work with the Google Ad SDK, but the SDK will be making its way to other platforms in the future.
With the integration, Google is now in the same position as Facebook, which is using its own ad platform but has yet to make any announcements about how it’s going to integrate its own SDKs.
The Google SDK has been used by hundreds of advertisers in more than 150 countries around the world, and the company hopes to use it to deliver ads to more users as well.
But that doesn’t mean there aren’t other platforms that Google could leverage to deliver its ad SDK.
For example, it could also partner with other companies to offer its SDK as a mobile ad SDK, which could give users more control over how their ads are displayed on their mobile devices.
“Our ad SDK is a core part of our advertising strategy,” Google said in a statement.
“It’s our ad platform that makes our advertising work.
We’ll continue to add new products and features to our SDKs over time.”
If the Google SDK is ever integrated into a platform that you’re using, it will probably look a lot like the AdSense SDK, as it’s based on the same technology.
But as Google has been adding new features to its SDK since the SDK was announced, we’ve been hearing from some advertisers that they’re disappointed that Google doesn’t have an official SDK for their platform.
Google has always said that it would support its own advertising platform, but it seems like this integration is only going to accelerate Google’s efforts to expand its ad inventory.
We’re still not sure what other platforms the Google API will be able to be used on, but we expect to hear more from Google soon.
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