Current Release of Script Engage 2.0 Makes Waves, As Premium Guide & Walk-Thru Released by IM Expert HanifQ

New ScriptEngage 2 launch causes worldwide discussion in the digital marketing review underground, as unique bonus package introduced by eMarketing Champs. Facebook Has Big Plans To Buy Original Shows.

The global launch of Script Engage 2.0 software creates excitement among IM review professionals by promising to help marketers create successful marketing sales pages.

Hanif Quentino, founder of eMarketing Champs, has released a complete review and premium bonus for the Script Engage 2.0 software, which can be viewed on his site:

Mr. Quentino is considered an authoritative Script Engage 2.0 review expert, due to his comprehensive experience with search engine optimization. Mr. Quentino suggests that ScriptEngage users pay close attention to Facebook's latest marketing update.

Facebook wants to be right up there with YouTube, Hulu and Netflix. This is why they are launching a video-only feed and they plan on paying publishers to produce live broadcasts. This means publishers such as BuzzFeed and CNN can receive payment from Facebook. Not only that, but the social media giant is planning to buy non-live shows. Media companies and Facebook have been talking about licensing programs that can be distributed on Facebook. Rick Van Veen, the head of the social media company's global creative strategy, released a statement discussing the company's strategy. He said they rolled out the video tab and their plan was to create an ecosystem of partner content.

As for who Facebook will sign deals with or what kind of programs they want to acquire, not many details have been released to the public. Judging by what Veen said, it seems like there are a lot of options Facebook will consider. Also, it's not known how Facebook will make its money back from the investment. Last year, Facebook started to insert ads in live streams. This was done as part of a test to see if the company could make money. The ads could be easily placed on non-live programming, too. There's a good chance that more users will notice ads being inserted in non-live programs as the year goes on.

Dan Rose, VP of partnerships at Facebook, said the company would start thinking about the type of monetization opportunity could be brought to regular videos. There's a good chance Facebook will do this more and more as time goes by. If Facebook is successful with this, then they could generate lot of profit. Facebook will have the chance to draw in a new audience. This means they could be a viable competitor to Netflix and YouTube. This may generate a lot more revenue for the company.

Mr Quentino's comprehensive Script Engage 2.0 bonus and review can be accessed on his official site:

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