Posted November 15, 2018 05:12:18Google has taken the unusual step of advertising Black Friday with its new ad campaign featuring the popular TV series Black and White.
The company, which was acquired by Facebook in 2015, says the ad campaign is a “biggest, most visible and most meaningful social impact campaign we’ve ever done”.
“We’re thrilled to be partnering with Black Friday to amplify our passion for social and emotional justice,” said Adele Shulman, CEO and co-founder of Google, in a statement.
“Black and White is a powerful and iconic show that reflects our values and history, and our aim is to connect with people across our country, communities and planet.”
The new campaign, which is expected to run through Black Friday, features Black and white actors as well as famous personalities such as Beyonce, Snoop Dogg, Beyonce and Kim Kardashian.
“Our goal is to empower and inspire millions of people to think deeply about issues important to them and their families, and we believe this campaign will do just that,” said Shulmen.
The campaign is available for users in the US, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand and Ireland, as well on Facebook and Google+ and YouTube.
Facebook and Google are both owned by Alphabet Inc, which has been looking to expand its reach into new markets and markets where its tech companies have failed to penetrate.
Black Friday ad campaign Google and Facebook are partnering with Amazon to promote Black Friday online.
Amazon’s Prime Day, which began on Friday, will be the third-largest online shopping day in the world.
Amazon is targeting a targeted audience of “Amazon Prime Members”, who will receive a special Amazon discount on Amazon products.
Amazon’s Black Friday ad will also feature a message from Amazon Prime, saying: “The day is the day for you to shop.
Here’s how it works: Buy from Amazon, get a discount on products, and shop until you run out.
It’s a no-brainer.
It works for you.
And we know you’ll be stoked to discover what’s coming up next.”
The ad campaign also features celebrities such as Rihanna, Amy Schumer, Taylor Swift, and Selena Gomez.
For those looking for a deeper look into the impact Black Friday will have on the US market, Google will also have its Black Friday deal available through BlackFriday.com.
The US government, as the world’s largest market, is one of the biggest drivers of the online shopping market, with retailers like Amazon and Walmart and others in the consumer goods sector seeing an increase in online purchases.
In addition, the US Census Bureau estimates that online shopping accounted for 15% of all retail sales in the country last year.
Last week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the social network is committed to helping its users experience Black Friday on a “tremendous level”.
Google has also taken a stand against the Black Friday holiday.
Google has already banned its search engine from advertising on Black Friday.
This year, Google is also offering free shipping for its customers on Black Fridays and Black Wednesday, which runs from Friday to Sunday.
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