Google has introduced a video seo platform that enables users to share, edit and share video content across social networks, in the hope of creating a similar ecosystem for other media outlets.
The service, which was first announced on Thursday, allows users to create, share and edit videos and pictures on the platform, which allows them to share and share images and videos from their devices.
Users can upload videos from Google Photos and add videos from YouTube, Instagram and others.
The company said it was creating a platform to enable video creators and brands to engage with their fans and engage with advertisers on social media.
“It’s a platform that can serve as a bridge between users and their content creators and advertisers,” said Rahul Sharma, a product manager at Google.
Sharma said it would also be used for content sharing, like posting links to content from YouTube and sharing images on Instagram.
“This platform allows for users to make a platform where they can share content and then upload it,” Sharma said.
“In other words, they can embed content in their own platform.
This will give them the ability to monetise it.”
Sharma added that users would be able to see videos uploaded by users in the platform as well as share them on their own social media accounts.
Users could also upload videos on their phones or devices and upload them on the video app.
The platform will be available on Android and Apple devices in the coming weeks.