Google’s new “subliminal” advertising service is designed to make advertisers’ ads more transparent.
However, one of the main concerns is that it can be used by advertisers to trick users into thinking that their ads are being advertised, while they’re actually being targeted at someone else.
Google’s new subliminally-advertising service, “Subliminal Ads”, is a set of apps that lets advertisers advertise in their own ads and then share them with the target audience.
In the process, the ads are “subtly” disguised to show that they are actually targeted at another website, rather than at the target site.
The company is hoping that this new feature will help it sell more of its own products, as well as make it easier for advertisers to target their ads to the same audience that they advertise to.
However the company’s marketing director Deepak Gupta told The Verge that the service could actually be used to trick people into thinking their ads were being targeted to other websites.
“We are really working to make our ads more relevant to the targeted audiences,” Gupta said.
“So that’s a real benefit to us.
But we can’t go in and say, ‘Hey, these are your targets’ without doing some work with them.
And this service is not the way to do it.”
The subliminals can be installed by clicking on a link in a webpage, or through a special app on the user’s phone.
They can then be shared with the targeted audience in the same way as other ad-targeting methods, such as targeted ads or sponsored content.
“Subliminals are a way to deliver advertising in the digital space without necessarily having to share the data with the advertisers,” Gupta explained.
“The ads are embedded within an image, and we can target the image to people with a specific search term.
We can also target them to the person with the search term.”
Google has yet to announce any plans to roll out the service to more countries than just India.
Gupta noted that the company had been in talks with several other countries about it, but that the process was slow due to the government’s restrictions on its use.
This is just one way that Google is trying to use its new sublimes to target its products to different audiences.
The company has also started a project called “Sublime,” which is designed as an alternative to the sublimino in its advertising tools.
Google also has a program called “Advertising Stories”, which allows companies to publish in-depth, story-driven ads for a set period of time, with a goal of getting people to buy from the company.
However this initiative has only been around for a year.
There are many other areas where Google has been experimenting with its new advertising services, such the search giant’s own new “Google Adwords” ad service, which aims to target advertisers by offering ads with keywords that have been linked to Google’s search engine, rather the search results itself.
Google also recently launched its “Audience Insights” feature, which shows users how they are interacting with Google ads, such in-app actions such as clicking on an ad or sharing a link, and also a user’s search history.
Google’s AdWords ad service is currently available in only 25 countries, including India, but the company has said it plans to expand to more regions in the future.
While Google is hoping to make its advertising products more relevant, it’s also aiming to create more revenue for itself.
Gupta said that the goal of the new service is to get Google’s ads “out there to more people”.
“Our goal is to make Google’s advertising products relevant to people, and it’s important for us to be able to share these results,” Gupta added.
“We’re working to do that in the best way we can.
We want to have more people interacting with us, and if we can make the results better, more people will be more likely to click on those results.”