Why do some advertisers use Google ads?

It’s a question that gets asked a lot, especially when people are looking to increase their ad exposure or improve their online ad results.

But there are a lot of people who don’t use Google Ads and others who have found them to be more effective at helping them to grow their online presence.

What’s the difference?

Advertisers often use Google to display content on their websites, and the Google Ads API is used to provide information about the ads displayed.

Google allows advertisers to specify how many impressions and clicks an ad receives, and they can also provide information on how the ads are being displayed.

Google says its AdWords API is not for advertising, but is used for more general purposes.

Google does not collect or share any personally identifiable information about its users, so it’s not something that Google should collect on its behalf.

Advertiser beware.

If you’re planning on using Google Ads, make sure to ask any questions you have before you sign up.

The Google Ads APIs are very complex, and there’s no guarantee that your ad will work for your business.

To learn more about the Google AdWords APIs and what to look out for, check out these resources.