The technology industry is changing.
Advertising has gotten faster, but it’s not getting anywhere fast enough for many companies.
Companies are scrambling to adapt to the digital advertising onslaught and find new ways to target their ads and keep customers interested.
Some of those companies are starting to get a handle on what it takes to succeed in the digital age.
Here are 10 new ways advertising is shifting in the future.
Advertising in the Newsroom: A technology company is not necessarily advertising in the newsroom, but they have become more adept at that role over the past decade.
The New York Times recently published a report about a technology advertising company that used Facebook and Google’s data to help find news stories that resonate with users.
The company’s ad agency is using data from a dozen Facebook pages to identify topics that people like the most.
The agency also used Facebook’s Trending Topics section to look for articles that resonate the most with their audience.
This helps the news organization decide which stories to post, when and how often.
And it can be done in the near future.
The firm also used Google Trends to identify keywords that are trending in the U.S. and the world as a whole.
For example, Google Trends showed that “sales,healthcare,health care” is trending globally.
Facebook Trends showed a similar trend, but for “healthcare” instead of “health care.”
The New Yorker reported that “health” was trending globally, but Facebook Trends didn’t.
This is a sign that Facebook has a real chance at becoming a more powerful tool for advertisers in the coming years.
The Newsroom has a Facebook page that includes the Times’ news stories.
When a reader clicks on a story from the News Room, Facebook will show a preview of that story.
The publisher’s social media team uses this information to target ads to that reader.
The Times has also launched a Facebook Live video that lets users watch as a publisher, which is a much more popular and engaging way for people to watch news.
Newer technologies also allow the publisher to sell content directly to their audience and reach more people, which will increase the ability of advertisers to target users in a new way.
Facebook Live ads can be more relevant than ever.
Facebook says it can reach more than 4.4 billion people worldwide and has more than 3.8 billion monthly active users, according to a recent report by comScore.
But it also says that its Live ads are far more relevant to audiences in countries with a large number of mobile users.
These are countries like India, Brazil and the U and S, which have more than 100 million mobile users and which have traditionally been underserved by traditional media.
Facebook is not using Facebook Live to sell its products directly to the audience that the Times has targeted, instead it’s using Facebook’s new data technology to help them reach those audience members through the company’s Facebook ads.
But the Times says that the company is still using the company-owned Live ads for targeting users in countries like the U., which is where the company hopes to be successful.
The NYT is the only U.K. newspaper that is using Facebook ads for its U.KS.
News site, which has about 600,000 Facebook users.
Facebook said that it has partnered with the Times on its news page in order to provide users with more relevant content, but the Times is not selling its advertising on its UK.
It is also not using any of its UBS data to target advertisers.
Instead, the Times and its advertising partners are using the data to figure out what content people like, which could include stories, photos and videos from The New Republic, The Guardian and other publishers.
That means the Times could still target people who might not normally be interested in news, but who may be interested if they see a photo or video of someone who might be interested.
Facebook has also been expanding its reach beyond its U-K.
readership, allowing it to reach more advertisers outside of the U-S.
in a bid to reach a broader audience in the emerging markets.
Facebook bought ads on Instagram for $1 billion in August.
That deal gave the social network a global audience that is about 2 billion people.
But in recent weeks, the social media giant has been using its ads on YouTube and Facebook to target Facebook users who are not from the U, U. S. or Canada, a strategy that may help it reach more U. K. and U. C. audiences in the years to come.
In recent weeks Facebook also expanded its reach by adding ads to YouTube, Twitter and Instagram.
The Wall Street Journal and Business Insider also have ads on their platforms.
The paper has a video that is part of a program that allows users to watch ads while reading articles.
The video will feature a person speaking about a specific topic, and the person will be asked questions.
The person then shares his or her opinions on the topic. The ads