Google recently announced it would soon be offering advertisers the ability to create “personalised” ads that are tailored to users’ interests.
It’s an important step for the platform, but one that could also make it more difficult for third-party advertising companies to use Google’s ad platform.
To do this, the company needs to be able to provide advertisers with a way to target the ads they’re sending to users.
Ads with a “personalisation” option have been a feature of the Google Ad SDK since it was first introduced in June 2015.
To help advertisers make these targeted ads, the Google team has been working with partners and partners of the company to develop a customised ad SDK.
Google is working with third-parties to develop an SDK that will enable advertisers to target their ads to their interests, rather than just their audience.
This is a good move, but it comes with a couple of downsides.
First, the SDK isn’t a complete replacement for the Google Advertising SDK, and second, third- party ad providers are likely to have their own way of handling this, which means it could still be years before third- parties are able to target an ad.
This could mean that a small number of ad providers will be able target ads to users based on their interests and interests groups, rather then relying on Google’s platform.
If third–party ad providers start to make targeted ads for third parties that they’ve built on top of the ad SDK, it could mean a much more limited range of advertisers can use Google.
This means that ad publishers and advertisers will have to work together in order to make sure that their own ads aren’t targeted against the interests of a particular group.
This may make it easier for ad providers to target ad campaigns based on the interests or interests groups of their users.
If ad providers begin to target advertisements based on interests or groups that aren’t represented by Google, this could lead to less choice for consumers.
To be clear, the focus of the new SDK will be to allow advertisers to send ads to third-Party ad providers and third- Party ad providers can use the SDK to send the ads to advertisers.
This allows advertisers to provide targeted ads to a range of third-Parties.
However, third parties will still have to provide their own targeting options.
Advertisers will also need to be careful to ensure that their ads don’t accidentally send users to third parties they don’t trust.
Google says it will be adding more third- parties in the future, but the SDK will only be able send ads from those that are in compliance with the SDK.
The SDK will work in the following ways: advertisers can create customised ads that match the interests and groups of a user’s ad group