Vice News was one of the first media companies to put the ads in the web video format in February 2015.
Now, it has a few new tools that can help your video be shown on Google and other video sites.
These tools are called ad-ready video and embed-ready.
Ad-ready means your video has a clear and simple description, a video tag that indicates it’s an ad, and it’s on a platform that will play it.
Ad and embed are interchangeable.
This means you can embed a YouTube video, for example, into a Facebook post or a tweet without changing the description.
These are two ways to embed YouTube video.
You can also embed your video in Twitter, Instagram, or other social media feeds, which gives you even more reach and power to reach more people.
When you see an ad-able video on a site, you can tap the video icon next to the headline, choose “Ad-ready” and then click the “View” button to watch it.
This is a small preview of the video, so you can see if it works or not.
Ad on a post will display the ad and its description.
Ad embeds the video in the article title, but does not have a description.
When a post is “Ads disabled,” it is still a good time to use the “Watch this video” button.
The video will not be shown unless you are in the “Ad options” section.
This includes all ads and promotional links, and you can always toggle them on and off using the “More” menu in the bottom right.
This also includes the AdSense code.
AdReady Video The AdReady video is where you can display the video.
In the video description, you’ll see the description, which will include the ad, its duration, and the URL of the ad.
You’ll also see the tag for the video itself.
Clicking on the tag will display a link to the ad in the ad-aware section of the YouTube video page.
AdStream The AdStream video is the easiest to embed on YouTube and other web video sites because it doesn’t require a description, but it does require a URL and a video name.
You will see this in the URL field, which is where the ad appears.
Here you can also set a default video tag for your video and tag it with the video name of the site where it was posted.
This will display your video’s title and the description of the source, in the YouTube title bar.
Here is an example of the AdStream tag for a YouTube post, showing it on Google Video.
Ad Stream Video The ad-stream video is a bit more complex.
The ad is embedded on the bottom of the page.
To do this, click the video thumbnail icon in the upper right corner of the screen, select “Add ad” and “Add video.”
You’ll then see the AdReady and AdStream buttons in the lower right corner.
These buttons will give you the option to add an ad and set a specific description for your ad.
This lets you embed your ad into a video.
Once you do this the AdInfo field in the top right will tell you what ad is embedding your ad, along with its duration.
You have two choices for how long you want your ad to run: 60 seconds or 60 seconds, 30 seconds or 30 seconds, and 15 seconds.
When embedding an ad in an ad network, you must set a time frame for the ad to play, but you can specify an interval.
For example, if you want to embed a 30 second ad in a news article, you might want to set a 60 second ad.
Click the AdSkip button to skip the ad when it expires.
This gives you more control over when the ad will play, and can help you set a timer for your ads.
AdShare When you embed a video into a social media post or other media page, you will see the ad that you have created in the sidebar.
When the AdShare box is selected, a list of available ads is shown.
Click one to select it and it will be automatically added to your post.
The AdShare tool is similar to the Adready video, except it only includes ads in those networks that allow you to embed them.
You must set the ad type, which can include video and audio, and its duration (in seconds) before the Ad Share button is displayed.
If you want more control, you could add an extra AdShare button to the bottom or at the top of your post to control what ads are displayed.
In this case, you would add the AdReset button, which allows you to turn off all AdShare features.
If your video is only embedding on YouTube or other web sites, you don’t need to do anything else.
You should only do this if your ad has an active following on those sites.
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