YouTube, Google’s monster video publishing platform, is giving away up to $50 million to entice small-business owners to sign up for a video advertising service it announced today. Called Google AdWords for video, YouTube says the service will more or less replicate features from Google’s AdWords for search — such as pay-per-clickand setting budgets with bids — for video advertising.Businesses can receive a $75 credit when they sign up for AdWords for video, YouTube says.
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