How to avoid a Google slowdown for YouTube, Facebook & others


The social media giant is working on a plan to keep up with the speed of new video requests and it’s been pushing the company to make the changes.

The move could also make it harder for Google to keep pace with demand.

“We’re trying to reduce the number of people that are going to download an ad-supported video app,” Mark Zuckerberg said during the company’s quarterly earnings call.

“If we keep increasing that, then people who don’t want to pay for the ad are going out and downloading more ads, which we believe will make it more difficult for Google.”

The company has also increased the size of its ad units, which means that if it has to slow down a video app, that could mean an additional revenue stream for advertisers.

But there’s no indication that the changes are going anywhere, and Google still has time to make changes to its ad network. 

Google’s video ad revenue has grown at a much faster rate than any other technology platform.

Last quarter, YouTube’s ad revenue increased at a pace of 6% a year, compared to 7% a decade ago.

The company also increased its video ads in every country in the world, which increased from $9.9 billion in 2011 to $12.9bn in 2016.