AdGrok helps setting up Google adwords advertising campaigns, came out of beta mode just 2 months ago, when twitter made the sparkling offer which they were unable to refuse.
The Twitter advertising space is hotting up right now with a number of players venturing into it. A lot of interesting news coming up for the publishers & advertisers.
Stay Tuned; coz the excitement has just begun!
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