The biggest commercial advertisers in the world are not only buying ad space for their products and services, but also are trying to sell those ads through an automated, automated-buying model.
The new ad-buys system is called “automated commercial sales.”
It’s a huge change from the old “human-to-human” selling model, which was a manual process that took a human to sell a product or service to someone else.
Automated commercial-sales sales require a salesperson to go to the customer’s location and deliver a product in person.
The salesperson will then manually scan the address bar and the phonebook and collect the payment to sell the product.
The company can then make the payment directly to the user’s account and send the payment via the payment processor or the web site of the company.
That means the money isn’t going to a bank account, but rather to a “cashier’s check” and the cashier gets paid in the form of a credit card or debit card.
But if the buyer is a company, then that company can also buy ads on behalf of the salesperson.
For example, Facebook and Amazon have developed a new system for selling ads on Facebook’s site, which allows a company like Facebook to buy ad space from the Facebook ads team, but Facebook itself is not responsible for ads appearing on its site.
Instead, Facebook uses the ads team to buy ads from other companies.
In the case of Facebook, Facebook sells ads on the company’s own ads platform, which uses automated-selling systems to pay advertisers on Facebook.
The ads-team paid for the ads themselves.
Facebook also pays a company called AdWords, which buys ads for the Facebook site.
These systems, which have existed for a few years now, are not exactly new.
For instance, Google has been selling ads for its own ads platforms for years.
Facebook itself has sold ads on its own website for years, and Facebook has been using AdWords for years as well.
For most of the last few years, companies have been paying a third party to buy the ads.
However, that third party may be a third-party vendor that may not have a relationship with Facebook or the company selling ads.
So, in order to sell ads, a company would need to buy its own advertising space.
And in order for a company to buy that space, the third party has to be paid for its services.
While most businesses will use a third company to sell their ads, for some businesses, it’s not practical.
For these businesses, they might need to build their own automated-sold ads platform.
That platform could be a service that a third parties ad buying company could use to sell advertising on their behalf, or it could be an online marketplace that allows businesses to buy advertising on behalf.
In the case that the ads-sourcing company doesn’t need to pay the company to use their services, then they may be able to charge a third person to buy those ads.
That third person, it seems, will typically be a company that is not a part of Facebook.
This means that the company may be selling ads to businesses that are not Facebook’s business partners, and those businesses might not know that they’re buying ads from a third entity.
According to a 2015 study by the Pew Research Center, about 85% of all American businesses use a service or technology that sells advertising.
This number has been increasing.
About three-quarters of all internet-based businesses, including all businesses in the United States, are now selling advertising, up from 65% in 2009.
And the companies that sell ads to consumers, like Facebook and Google, are increasingly using automated-sourced advertising platforms.
So even if a company does not need to purchase advertising from a company selling its own ad space, it may be possible for a thirdparty vendor to do so.
One possible use of the automated-owned ad platform is to get a larger piece of the advertising pie for a specific company.
Facebook could buy advertising for a larger portion of the platform’s audience, and advertisers could pay Facebook for those ads, thus getting a larger slice of the pie.
The bigger the slice, the more money a company gets from Facebook, and the more advertisers it gets.
If Facebook were to decide to take over the platform, the platform would become a “third party” for the same reason that the first two examples of automated-made ads are third parties for Amazon and Google.
The problem is that it’s unlikely that Facebook would decide to buy third parties to sell its ads on a regular basis.
It’s unlikely Facebook would make an effort to buy other third parties who might want to sell to Facebook, since Facebook has such a huge share of the online advertising market that it can easily buy third party ads.
Facebook would need a partner to buy and sell advertising to the platform.