1 with 1 posters participatingGoogle has announced that it’s introducing ad-based advertising in Google Ads.
The new ad-supported platform will work across all its Google apps and devices, with advertisers able to choose how to display ads based on their preference.
Google said that ads are shown based on the search queries that people have made on the site and are based on search queries.
Ads can also be promoted in Google’s “Adsense” program, which has traditionally been a way for Google to earn revenue from ads on third-party sites.
Google says that the new ad system allows advertisers to reach more people with ads and offers better ad experience.
Google’s announcement came just hours after it was announced that ad-enabled ad delivery has been rolled out to a select subset of Google Adwords users.
Advertisers can now choose to pay for ads delivered via Google Adsense or Google AdWords.
Users will see ads displayed at the top of search results, rather than at the bottom, and will be able to turn them off by selecting a “Block” option.
Ad-free experience on Google Ads, on the other hand, will not be available to anyone.
Google has already said that it will provide ads to advertisers through its own ad-serving programs, and has previously said that advertisers will be charged based on searches performed on its sites.
Google has also said that ad delivery will continue to be a way to monetize Google products.
For example, Google’s Android TV ad delivery service will continue in place.
Google will continue its existing Adsense program for advertising on Google’s websites and apps.
Google’s Chrome web browser, too, will continue as an ad delivery option, according to Google.
Google said that AdSense users will see an ad-powered experience across all Google apps, devices, and services, but it will not show ads on Google TV.
AdSense, like AdWords, will remain available to advertisers in the US and other countries where Google’s ad delivery services are offered.