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YouTube steps forward to help small businesses grow

YouTube, business, small business, US, Google
YouTube ad experts facilitate advertisers in releasing ad videos and design their ad campaigns

YouTube has come forward to assist growth of small businesses. The company that has spread its presence in the US announced today that it has introduced its service ‘YouTube Director onsite’ in over 170 cities in the US, reported Tech Crunch.

The move will both help possible YouTube advertisers and the company to expand. YouTube will create professional ad videos for small businesses that are ready to spend US$350 to advertise in the leading video streaming website.

With the newly introduced AdWords, YouTube advertisers will appear even more in Google searches.

An announcement made by Google said: “Soon you’ll be able to reach people on YouTube who recently searched for your products or services on Google. For example, an airline could reach people on YouTube who recently searched for ‘flights to Hawaii’. We call this custom intent audience.”

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