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Greg Sterling Mar 16
Yes. Pandora-like audio placements. Agree.
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Danny Sullivan Mar 16
Replying to @brysonmeunier
is that your daughter who is excited?
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brysonmeunier Mar 16
Replying to @dannysullivan
my son, actually. He's into everything his 5 year old sister is into at this point.
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brysonmeunier Mar 16
Replying to @ZachWinslett
that's right. I have a five year old daughter so the targeting isn't bad. But haven't searched for the movie to my knowledge
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Brian Roemmele Mar 16
Bryson, Google has been testing ads like this for a bit. Results have been low as most say stop.
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brysonmeunier Mar 16
no, sir.
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Danny Sullivan Mar 16
i'd love if you could share some other examples.
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Brian Roemmele Mar 16
Danny, thanks for asking. I have some research data on Google and Amazon Voice. DM for details.
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ʕノ•ᴥ•ʔノ ︵ ┻━┻ ssǝſ Mar 16
Replying to @brysonmeunier
"I always wanted an ad-supported clock" - said no one ever.
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Matt McGee Mar 16
I can't replicate that on my Home. :-(
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brysonmeunier Mar 16
they may have turned it off as there appears to be a backlash.
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Matt McGee Mar 16
yep, could be
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Uncle Fishbits Mar 16
Replying to @mibi @brysonmeunier
. "supported" is for services delivered for "free", ie they get your data and support that w/ads. People *pay* for home.
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MailOnline Video Mar 16
Replying to @brysonmeunier
Hi there, could the use your video in our player? We'll fully credit and link to you
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brysonmeunier Mar 16
Replying to @MailOnlineVideo
absolutely. Thanks for asking.
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Justin Pierce Mar 16
well that's one way to ruin something cool
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