By now you’re probably familiar with the story of Google AdWords.
Google spent years building a reputation for building a highly profitable, highly trusted online advertising business.
It built adwords to compete with the likes of Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo and eBay and it did so with the help of a vast, ever-growing network of thousands of employees, all paid out in cash.
The network, known as Google Adwords, was designed to compete against a host of competitors, from social networks like Twitter and Facebook, to big companies like Facebook and Yahoo.
Google was able to build a large and loyal user base thanks to a mix of the best advertising practices and a massive amount of cash from a variety of sources, from Google’s stock to advertising contracts.
That means Google Adsense, a service that allows Google to sell ads on behalf of brands and websites, is probably one of the largest advertisers on the web today.
However, Adsense has always been a relatively small player in the online advertising market.
Google’s dominance was built on three pillars: the ubiquity of Google’s Adwords platform and the high price Google paid for advertising on Google.
Adsense is one of those pillars that is growing rapidly in value.
However if Google was ever going to gain control of the internet, the Adsense business model needed to change.
To make that happen, AdSense needed to become a service, which meant it needed to scale.
The problem for Adsense was that the price Google was charging advertisers for Adwords ads was too high.
Advertisers were spending a lot of money on Adsense ads and it was clear that Google was getting away with it.
That meant that Google needed to get out of the way of the Adwords ecosystem.
But, before Adsense could really get its act together, it needed a way to get rid of the adwords.
That’s where AdSense’s acquisition of adtech company InMobi came in.
Google paid $1.2 billion for InMobic, which was the largest acquisition of an adtech startup in the world.
InMOBI is a subsidiary of the Chinese internet company, Tencent.
Tencent’s ad tech is used to create the most popular ad platforms in the Chinese market, but it also helps manage the AdSense platform.
In order to make its ad platform more attractive to advertisers, Ten cent had to make sure that its ad tech was open source and was able for anyone to build their own ad platform.
That allowed InMobo to become the primary platform for selling Adsense.
With the help and approval of Google, InMoby had its own Adsense-like system for selling ads.
In Mobi, Google would buy Adsense’s network of ad tech suppliers, which would then give them access to its Adsense platform.
This meant that Adsense would be a free service for the company.
It would be able to sell its ads to other advertisers, like Facebook or Amazon, and they could then sell their ads to customers, who would then use those ads to purchase Adsense products.
And that would be it.
AdSense would be open source, free, and Adsense for the masses.
This wasn’t the end of the story though.
Ten cent also needed to help its users buy AdSense.
It had already been using its AdSense-like adtech to sell Adsense to a few of its users for years.
In this case, Ten could also sell its AdWords platform to a wider range of advertisers.
So Tencent could give users a way for them to buy AdWords ads, but they would also have a way of buying AdSense products, too.
Adwords for the people, right?
But Tencent also had a big problem.
AdWords was a fairly new, low-margin, low quality product.
The vast majority of AdWords users were still using a version of Adwords that was a product of its time.
And the AdWords experience was incredibly basic.
It only worked when you were in your browser, with a click of a button, and you had to do a bunch of stuff before you could get anywhere.
In addition, there were lots of features that weren’t very useful, like the ability to see the amount of people who were buying an ad, or how many people were buying the same ad at the same time.
These features weren’t particularly appealing to a vast majority, especially for those who wanted to shop around for a product.
That didn’t help Tencent, which also struggled to keep up with the rapidly changing ad market.
That wasn’t just Ten cent’s problem though.
It was the problem of many ad tech companies.
In recent years, it was becoming increasingly clear that AdWords wasn’t going anywhere.
As people started to shop online for a better way to pay for their ads, many advertisers were switching over to the Google AdSense network.
Google has been spending more and more money on ad tech to get its ad network to scale, but the market