What we know about how Google’s ad targeting systems work, and what they’re capable of

What we know about how Google’s ad targeting systems work, and what they’re capable of

By By Alex WillinghamSeptember 16, 2019 07:04:38The world of ads is one of the most fascinating and important things to me in my work.

And the way that we think about ads has changed tremendously over the past decade.

For many years, we saw the ad tech giants, like Google, Microsoft, Facebook, and Twitter, make big bucks off of targeting ads with highly specific, highly targeted audiences, but for the most part they were focusing on ads targeting specific users, with a particular set of keywords.

They didn’t want to be competing with traditional publishers and traditional ad networks.

Instead, they were focused on targeting the entire population of a given location, regardless of their demographics, and targeting people based on their preferences.

It was a paradigm shift that has continued to change over the years, and we’ve seen the evolution of search, ad tech, and advertising technology.

The search giant is still doing its thing, with ads that target people based off of their interests, and the companies that dominate the search market like Google and Facebook are still trying to get to grips with how to deliver ads to specific audiences, using the same methods that the ad industry uses.

I have an article coming up about the ad targeting models that Google uses to target ads to people based solely on their interests.

The first thing I’d like to say is that it’s pretty basic stuff.

If you know any of the more advanced stuff, you can learn a lot more about ad targeting and how they work.

I’m sure that there’s a lot of information out there that we didn’t cover here, and it’s something that you’ll probably find useful, so I’d recommend checking it out.

First off, let’s start with some basic terms.

A keyword is an acronym for something.

Google has a ton of different keywords, so let’s just start with them.

We’ll look at two of the main ones: Google Adwords and AdWords Plus.

AdWords is the search engine that the majority of search engine users access when they need to find a particular product or service.

In this case, we’ll talk about Google’s keyword optimization tools.

AdWords uses a system called Google AdWords Match, which is essentially a tool that is used to help advertisers narrow down search results to the best ads to deliver to their customers.

It’s like a combination of AdWords and Google Display Network, or GDN, where Google is providing ads to advertisers based on how much of the audience the advertiser can reach.

The AdWords program allows advertisers to rank and rank based on keywords, which in turn gives advertisers the ability to make more targeted advertising and better targeted ads.

Advertisers can then target these ads by adding the keywords they think are most relevant to the users that they’re targeting, and then they can rank the ads that best fit those keywords.

It is essentially the same system that we have with Google Search, which has been around for a very long time.

Google uses a number of other ways to target people in search, but AdWords is arguably the most powerful, and there’s no denying that.

What AdWords does is it gives advertisers a way to get more targeted ads to consumers.

It gives advertisers control over what keywords are being used and when, and also gives them a way of ranking ads for people based around their interests (and, by extension, what interests the advertisers).

The system that AdWords works on is similar to what we have in the Google AdSense system, which allows advertisers access to thousands of ad keywords and can then use them to make targeted ads based on those keywords, with the added benefit of getting a much wider audience.

Advertisers are able to do this through AdWords matches, which basically allow advertisers to put specific keywords in their ads that they think may be more relevant to specific users.

For example, let me put this ad in your Google Ads account, and you can choose whether or not you want to run this ad.

If I put “GOOGLE DISPLAY NETWORK,” you can put that in your ad, and I’ll also put in “SOMEONE WHO HAS BEEN HERE AND SEEN THIS THING.”

You can also put it in an ad targeting your local neighborhood, or the whole country, and so on.

If the advertising company knows who the person is who’s visiting this website, they can also match ads with that person, and that way, they get the most relevant ads.

Now, this system has been out there for a long time, and now we can see that it is becoming more and more powerful, as advertisers are able more and less to control where their ads are placed.

This is a good thing.

If advertisers want to target specific groups of people, they need the best possible ads to do so, and this gives them more power.

But it also means that more advertisers are relying on the system to rank the ad that will best get them