We’re all familiar with the idea of advertising platforms that are built on a platform of one or more advertising platforms, or platforms that use one or multiple platforms.

But what if you want to build your own customized advertising platform?

How do you get started?

Today, we’re excited to share with you a new book, The New Ad Platform, written by Brian T. Anderson, VP of Marketing and Sales for AdWords.

It’s a great primer for anyone who wants to get started on building a personalized marketing infrastructure for any digital platform.

The book focuses on the following five steps to help you start creating a personalized platform:Step 1: Create a Custom Platform (Customize your platform)To start building a customized platform, first, you’ll want to get a sense of what you’re building.

To do this, you can start by exploring the platforms that have already been created for your business and seeing if there are any similarities.

If there is, then you should be able to identify a couple of the key differences:How do they work?

Do they have similar features?

How are they structured?

What is the revenue from each platform?

How is it integrated into the overall platform?

If you’ve got some of these questions answered, you should have a good foundation to begin exploring your own platform.

If you’re still unsure about which platforms you’re going to build from, here’s some of the common things you should look for:For example, the AdWords platform in Google Analytics is similar to the Google Analytics Platform in Google AdWords (or any other platform), with the main difference being that it’s an ad-based platform.

Similarly, the social ad platform in Facebook is similar in many ways to the Facebook platform in Twitter.

So how do you find out which platform is right for you?

The easiest way to start is to visit the platform’s website and look through the pages that list the features and options that are available to advertisers on the platform.

You should then be able see that the platform is built around two main types of platforms:Custom platforms are platforms that require specific content to be available to your audience.

For example:In Google Analytics, you may have ads that have a clickthrough rate of 0.01%, and a click through rate of 3%.

These ads will be displayed on the top right of the page and may be the most important elements for your campaign.

In Facebook, the ads are typically displayed at the top of the right-hand side of the home page and appear at the bottom of the homepage.

So which platform do you build from?

For this tutorial, we’ll be building an ad platform from the top down.

Let’s start by taking a look at the basic elements of the platform:Here are some of those basic elements:We can see that Facebook has a dedicated platform for its ads, which includes a dedicated ad network, a custom view, and a landing page that links to the ad network.

The landing page on Facebook includes a link to the advertiser profile that shows all the content that the advertisers can view.

For Google Adwords, we also see a dedicated Google Adword platform.

However, unlike Facebook, Google has a landing on the landing page for each advertiser, which gives the user the option to scroll through their profile, see all of the relevant ads, and see what the ads actually do.

Here’s a screenshot of the landing that you can see when viewing the landing on Facebook.

As you can tell, the landing pages are the main features of the Adwords platform.

When you go to the landing, you see a few options, including:The landing page also has the option for advertisers to view the ad on their own pages, so if you have an audience that doesn’t have access to Facebook or Google, you might find that your landing page may be too small for them.

Here are some ways to make the landing more appealing:You can also use this as an opportunity to show off your content:You should also take a look to the social media landing pages.

You’ll see a lot of content in the Facebook and Google platforms that advertisers can view on their Facebook pages.

These ads are a little different from the ads in the landing but the social-like landing page is a great place to show the user what you want them to see.

This landing page shows the ads that Facebook and AdWords have enabled on the page.

If the landing is a little too small, you could use this option to give the user an option to move to another page.

The next step is to create your landing pages that are more relevant to your business:Here, we see the landing for a local search company that we want to target.

We could add a landing for search keywords in our keyword guide to make it a bit more relevant.

We also see the keyword guide for a company that’s an online retailer.

The page is pretty straightforward.Here are