More articles Advertisement The latest version of Google AdWords (the company’s advertising product) is available to developers today, and Google is letting developers add in a few more features to the program.
Among the features you can add are ads for the first time appearing on your own site, and ads that target specific audiences.
The company is also letting developers target the first-time buyer of a product, so you can place an ad that targets the first customer of that product.
Google says it will be rolling out the new features in the coming weeks.
The move to Google Adwords has been controversial, and many people believe that it could be hurting Google’s advertising business.
While Google doesn’t want to be accused of hurting advertising, it does want to show that its products and services are available for everyone.
Google has been making moves in the ad industry, such as the addition of personalized search results in its search and YouTube ads, to be more inclusive and include more people.
But those changes have been met with opposition from the ad community.
Some developers are arguing that Google’s AdWords feature set is too inclusive, and they want Google to remove the ads.
In a blog post, Google wrote that the new Google Advertisers feature is a tool for advertisers to target their ads based on their needs and audience.
Google also said that it would “continue to invest in ways to help advertisers create and deliver ads that more accurately reflect their audience needs.”
Google’s Advertiser Program is available for developers to try out in the new version of AdWords, so if you’re using it for a product you can try it out for yourself.
In the future, Google will add in new features that developers can use to add in personalized search or other advertising to their sites and apps.
The changes also come at a time when Google is being criticized for pushing too much of its own content and advertising into its search results, and the company is now taking action to make it more inclusive.