There's been a lot of debate about whether Amazon's treasure trove of purchasing data could be valuable to marketers. By leveraging its data, Amazon could theoretically develop an advertising network that could outperform Google's . In the video below, Fool contributor Steve Heller tells Google investors whether they should start worrying about Amazon's push into advertising.
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