Meanwhile, don't expect much to change in the foreseeable future. All eyes focused on Facebook are now waiting to see what will happen with the long-anticipated auto-playing video advertisement system that the company has been rumored to have had in development for months. Those rumors have hit a fever pitch in the last few days as the company reportedly firms up plans to sell "roadblock" ads for a reported maximum price of $2.5 million per day. Unlike hashtags, you won't have any trouble finding these monstrosities: If the rumors are correct, they're designed to be #unskippable.
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