Google has been experimenting with using advertising on a variety of social media platforms to target people based on where they live.
The social media platform has been quietly testing the advertising tool since 2016, but the company has now revealed that it is rolling out the service across its ad platform.
This follows an announcement in December that it was launching a Google Ads platform that it will begin using in 2018.
This new platform allows advertisers to target consumers based on geographical locations rather than specific demographic groups, allowing the company to target users based on specific geographic locations and demographic characteristics.
The feature, which was first announced at Google I/O in June, is not currently available on the company’s Google Ads service.
“Google has always been driven by innovation, but today, we are introducing a new way to deliver personalized ads to our customers, based on what they do in their cities, and how they interact with Google,” Google’s Senior VP of Advertising, Ben Hennig, said in a statement.
“With this new platform, advertisers can target people across multiple demographic groups based on the behaviors they engage with on Google and how their friends and family interact with them.
Our goal is to give advertisers the tools they need to reach the most people possible and deliver a personalized experience to every single one of them.”
Google has long been working on a platform that allows advertisers the ability to target ads to specific demographics based on a user’s geographical location.
The platform has previously been used by the tech giant to target its own ad content.
However, this new feature is not yet available for users outside of Google’s US market.
Google also unveiled plans for a new ad service that will allow advertisers to more directly target people in specific cities.
The company’s latest ad platform, dubbed AdWords for Local, will allow publishers to build personalized ads that are targeted at people based in specific regions.
Google will allow users to opt in for these personalized ads, but it is unclear when or whether they will be available for consumers outside of the US.
The new Google Ads for Local feature will be rolled out to all advertisers in the US over the next few weeks.
The ad platform will also allow advertisers the option to target specific locations based on demographics.
This means advertisers can build targeted campaigns to target individual users based in different parts of the world based on geographic proximity.
The Google AdWords service allows publishers to display their ad content directly in users’ web browsers.
Google currently offers an online ad platform called Google Display Network, which can be used to display ads for Google Search, Google Play Music, Google Search Plus, Google Maps, Google Finance, and more.
In addition, Google also offers an ad platform that can be accessed from its Google Adwords website.
This platform lets advertisers target ads based on users’ geographic location based on geography information, such as their phone number, email address, or social network.
Advertisers can also target specific users based based on location and demographics information such as age, gender, or region, as well as interests, location, or device usage.
Ads can be displayed on Google Search results and also appear on search results pages on the Google website.
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