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About Twitter Ads
Hundreds of millions of people turn to Twitter to discover what's happening in the world. Twitter Ads can help you connect with this audience and get meaningful results. Twitter ads helps advertisers share their message with the people they want to reach most by targeting their specific interests, demographics, or activity on Twitter.
BigQuery is Google's fully managed, serverless, petabyte scale, low cost enterprise data warehouse for analytics. There is no infrastructure to manage and it doesn't require a database administrator, helping companies focus on analyzing data using familiar SQL.
Rivery's SaaS platform provides a unified solution for ingestion, transformation, orchestration, and data operations.
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