A lot of Google’s business advertising is focused on mobile, but the company has been experimenting with an approach that could help advertisers gain some competitive edge in the space.
The latest innovation is an ad network that lets advertisers use the search giant’s ad platform to target users with targeted ads, according to Bloomberg.
“Ads are an increasingly important part of our platform, and we’re working on a way to bring them to the masses more efficiently and affordably,” said Matt Mullenweg, the chief technology officer of AdMob.
AdMob was founded in 2014 and it’s an ad service that lets brands, media companies and individuals advertise on Google AdSense.
“We are working on the next-generation AdMob for Google,” Mullenwiegh told the Financial Times.
AdSense is a revenue-sharing model where users pay a set percentage of the total revenues they spend to use the service, with advertisers getting a percentage of any ad revenue that they earn.
This is a huge part of Google, which has been increasingly focusing on mobile advertising over the past few years, thanks to its massive mobile-centric ad network.
Google Advertisers could use the AdMob network to target mobile users, especially those with a low interest in ads.
That could mean mobile users with low data plans could be targeted for more targeted ads.
But that’s not the only way Google could be using AdMob to make its mobile-friendly advertising strategy a reality.
MullenWeg said the AdSense network would also be able to deliver ads to people who are looking for them on Google’s own platform, which could lead to some interesting monetization possibilities.
Google is already testing a mobile-optimized version of the Google Adwords app.
This allows users to search for a keyword, see a range of ads, and click through to see more targeted content, according the Wall Street Journal.
Google has been using AdWords to target ad spend for months, but there has been no public announcement about how the network could be leveraged to help advertisers reach the next billion people on the internet.
“This is an area where we’ve been experimenting and iterating on.
We have a very aggressive plan to monetize mobile traffic,” Mullensweg said.
The ad network will be used for ads targeting people who have low interest and low engagement in Google’s search.
This could include people who use Android phones, or users who don’t have a smartphone.
Advertiser ads will be delivered in a range, from a few cents per click to hundreds of dollars per click.
Mullenswellg told the FT that AdMob is “in the process of rolling out the mobile-specific version of Google Adsense.”
Google has experimented with ad networks before.
It’s used to deliver targeted ads to advertisers with a certain demographic, like college students, for instance.
It also has experimented more broadly with mobile-ad targeting, which it has been doing for some time.
In 2013, it launched AdSense for search ads.
Google’s experiment with AdSense was initially aimed at making the ads more targeted and cost effective for advertisers.
However, as Google’s mobile-focused AdWords network expands, it could be able use AdMob as a more comprehensive ad network to deliver more targeted advertising.
Google also experimented with mobile ads in 2014, and AdMob has been the network’s main monetization partner for the past year.
AdMovid, which Google acquired last year, was built to provide Google advertisers with the ability to target their ads on other mobile devices and offer advertisers a mobile ad experience.
However it has also been a controversial network, with complaints that it’s too similar to AdWords and that it does not offer the same level of ad-serving features that Google offers on the mobile platform.