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Facebook and Video: Ads and More

Facebook is going ga-ga for video... What's interesting here is that (finally!) YouTube has a contender that could really contend (sorry Vizio). Facebook wants you to 
Facebook and Video Ads



  • Upload your videos to Facebook
  • Share your videos via Facebook
  • Watch videos on Facebook
  • Advertise videos on Facebook
And foggetta about YouTube.  You can learn more about Facebook for videos here  (as a user) and here (as an advertiser). For information specifically about video ads on Facebook, click here.

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