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The digital marketing landscape is evolving, and that means marketers must continue to focus on getting more people to sign up to their services.
To that end, Google and others are experimenting with new ways to deliver internet marketing to people who might not otherwise have an internet connection.
In the process, they’re also testing out new ways for marketers to tailor their content to specific audiences.
For example, Google has recently begun offering free access to its Google Shopping app to anyone who signs up for Google Assistant on the Android or iOS platforms, which is one of the primary ways to advertise the app.
The company’s latest experiment with a new way to deliver its online content includes a feature called “Ask & Learn,” which lets advertisers and publishers ask and answer questions about the services they provide through the service.
Google’s experiment with Ask & Learn could be the first step in the company’s strategy to build out its advertising network to include a wider range of services.
The app, which has only been available for Android users for a few weeks, will initially be offered to users in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand, according to Google.
Google says that it will add new countries to the list of countries in the future, with the goal of eventually including Australia, Canada and the United Arab Emirates.
It’s unclear how many people Google will ask questions about when users are signed up to the app, or whether this will include a question on the app itself, or an answer to the user’s previous queries.
Google said it will let users choose which questions they want to ask and give a variety of other responses, including the option to send the user an email when they ask questions.
The Google app’s new Ask & Get feature is being tested by Google with more than 200 advertisers.
“We are exploring how to expand the experience to include questions from people from across the world, and we are excited to start testing with more companies in the coming months,” a Google spokesperson told Business Insider.