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AdWords Announcements on April 22, 2014: New Innovations from Google in AdWords

Google AdWords must be up to something, as they are announcing a free Webinar to announce "major innovations" to AdWords. Here's the cryptic announcement:

AdWords Seminars
Register Today! Join us for a livestream on Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 9am PT on the Inside AdWords blog at adwords.blogspot.com. In this livestream, Jerry Dischler, VP of Product Management for AdWords will be announcing a brand new set of ad innovations. Enter your information below to register for this livestream and tune in on Apr 22 by visiting the Inside AdWords blog.

You can register here.

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