Advertisers making ads page – CricInfo
The digital advertising world has been rocked by the decision to abandon a popular form of advertising.
The decision to stop using ads on the main page of websites is a huge blow to the advertising industry and, it seems, to the business of creating and maintaining a site.
The news comes from a study by Google that found that the company is now making fewer and fewer ads on Google News, Google Search and Google Finance.
This could be a sign of the advertising market becoming more responsive to a changing digital landscape.
Google also reported a drop in search traffic in the US and UK, a number that has increased in recent months.
The news of Google’s change of heart comes after Google changed its ad formats on some pages last year, a move that prompted complaints from some advertisers.
But it also comes as other digital publishers, including Google, are making similar moves.
Google is currently rolling out ad formats for several other digital platforms.
A new ad format for Facebook, for example, will allow for “a larger number of ads to appear on a user’s Facebook News Feed” when a user has an account.
Google also said last year that it was rolling out new ad formats and features to help it target users to advertisers’ pages more effectively.
Google’s move is being driven by advertisers wanting to reach people across a broader range of platforms.
In an interview with Reuters, Google’s head of advertising, Chris Parsons, said: “We are seeing more and more users looking to use our platforms to share content, and that’s an important part of the platform.”
A change like Google’s could have a huge impact on how publishers advertise on Facebook.
“Facebook’s ads are more relevant than ever because of the ease of access to the site through the new mobile devices and browsers that allow people to interact with content,” said Adria Richards, a digital advertising consultant at PwC.
“The new format makes Facebook ads more relevant to those who have never used it before, and it’s important for Facebook to make sure it remains relevant to these new users.”
However, some publishers argue that a change to the format is a bad idea.
Mark Zuckerberg, the founder of Facebook, said in a post on Twitter last year: “It is not the ad format that is causing problems for users, it’s the platform.
Facebook’s goal is to be a place where people can share content and find people and share content.
Facebook has not made any announcement yet on the issue.
In the meantime, publishers are continuing to make changes to their ads.
Some of the biggest players in the industry have taken a less cautious approach to the issue, but others have been more aggressive.
On Tuesday, Facebook also announced it would change how it uses a platform that powers most of its ads, including Facebook News, Facebook Search and Facebook Finance.
The move comes after Facebook was sued by an Australian man over his ad on a page that featured images of dead people.
According to a court filing in a case brought by Facebook, the ad featured images that were removed from Facebook News last year and are no longer visible.
‘New form’ to replace old ad formats The move to make the change on its ads could help Facebook’s new ad technology, called the Ad Extensions, improve the way ads are displayed on the site.
Ad Extensions are a new set of tools that make it possible for publishers to add new types of ads, as well as embed ads.
They have been used by Facebook to run advertisements on pages such as “Facebook News”, and they also make it easier for users to see more content on their news feeds.
Google said it will also add new ad types to its platforms. “
We’re now able to offer a variety of formats to advertisers on Google,” said Parsons.
Google said it will also add new ad types to its platforms.
Ad extensions will allow publishers to run ads on search results, Facebook news feeds, and other social media pages, as it does on Twitter and Instagram.
Image credit: Google Ad Extensions Google says the change will allow it to “more accurately target content to users who are more likely to engage with the content”.
Ad extensions have been widely used by digital publishers to promote their products and services.
Last year, Facebook said that Ad Extensions were used by more than one million publishers to display more than 40 million ads on its News Feed, with Facebook News serving a similar number of adverts.
It is the latest move to allow publishers use ad formats that have been around for years.
But some publishers and advertisers are unhappy that they cannot use Ad Extensions to reach a wider audience, or even to have ads appear on their sites.
Digital advertising firms are now trying to figure out how to make their platforms more responsive, with some of the most prominent players taking a more cautious