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Google, Facebook make traditional ads 'more effective', says expert

Brisbane Times Tuesday, 4 September 2018
Google, Facebook make traditional ads 'more effective', says expertFar from being enemies of free-to-air television, tech giants Google and Facebook have benefited brands by increasing competition in advertising.
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