How to get Google to take your adverts away
Google has begun removing advertisements from some of its most popular services after discovering that they are potentially misleading.
In an article for the Australian Digital Times, Google’s marketing director, Matt Brum, said that it was “very easy to tell if you were seeing ads on Google Search” because ads could be hidden by a keyword such as “Google Search”.
Google is known for its deep-link search engines and its ads are seen by over 100 million users worldwide.
Brum’s article says that the company has been able to “identify the ads and remove them”.
Brum added that this is only possible because of “an advanced technology we call the ‘hidden content feature'”.
“It is possible for us to track down the content, and it’s even possible to remove ads,” he said.
“This technology is the only way to stop ads being hidden by the keyword in search results.”
We use this technology to tell us if we’re seeing ads in search, and also to give us a sense of how many ads are being served by a particular site, and how many people are using that site.
“Brum said that this “advanced technology” is used by Google to “track down ads and show ads” on Google search.
Brums’ article states that Google “has been able, in conjunction with other ad tech providers, to identify hidden content” by “predicting the content of search queries and other ad content” that could be “used to mislead users”.”
When a user clicks on one of these ads, Google can automatically detect the hidden content and remove the ad,” the article states.
Brumm did not state how many sites were being affected by the change, but Google did state that it had removed a number of ads in the past, but did not provide a number.
Brumb said that Google had been able “to identify hidden and misleading content in search” and that it “has the ability to remove it if necessary”.
Google has been unable to identify ads in Google Search.
(Google)Google has confirmed that ads are still being shown on some search results, but it did not give a reason for this.”
As we continue to improve this technology, we will continue to provide you with more detailed information on this technology and how to use it,” a Google spokesperson told The Verge.”
For now, you can check out this article for more information.
“Google’s new advertising policy applies to adverts placed in Google search results on the pages of Google search, Gmail, YouTube, YouTube TV, Google News, Google+ and Google Apps.