Above: Brendon Kraham, left, director of emerging ad sales and product strategy at Google, speaks to Omar Hamoui, a partner at Sequoia Capital, at VentureBeat’s Mobile Summit in Sausalito, Calif., on April 15. Image Credit: Michael O’Donnell/VentureBeat

SAUSALITO, Calif. — Google doesn’t know everything about the world, but it does know this: Some companies don’t buy mobile ads in bulk. Not yet, at least.

Googlers have come up with some good ideas about how to make ad buyers more comfortable with mobile platforms. And no, they don’t involve slashing prices, as Google has been doing with cloud-based file storage and public cloud infrastructure for running web applications.

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