The daily advertisor reports on Google News stories, but it’s often hard to get a read on what Google’s advertisers are actually buying, which can be hard to discern from a static ad or a banner.
Now, we’re introducing a new feature that’ll help you spot and block ads for any Google News story.
In the next few weeks, Google will begin adding the ability to filter ads by keyword, subject, or category.
If you’ve ever used AdWords, you may have noticed that you can’t opt out of the search results that are currently shown when you’re looking at an ad.
Now you can do just that.
To do so, go to Ads Settings and then click the Filter Ad feature at the top of the page.
From there, you can choose to filter by keyword or subject or category, which will show the results on a dropdown list that you’ll then be able to filter out.
The new filter options can be found under the General tab.
If the results you’re interested in don’t appear, just click on the Add to Filter option at the bottom of the new filter window.
When you click on an ad, the ad will be removed from the list.
If a Google ad is showing up, you’ll notice that the ad’s URL will change to point to the original ad, and you’ll see a warning box asking if you want to remove the ad.
When the ad disappears from the page, you should see the Google Ads API in the Google News section.
If it doesn’t, you might have to repeat the action to get it to stop showing.
The Ad API is an open-source API that can be used by any advertiser to add a Google News ad to a site.
If an advertiser’s API doesn’t work for you, you still have the option to contact them directly for assistance.
For more information, see How to block ads in Google News.
You can also find more about how Google uses the Ad API in our How Google uses Ad APIs article.
To get started, click the filter button at the upper right of any Google article and choose the option you want filtered.
For example, you’d type in: “Ads: black fridays” and click the Add button.
This will filter the results to only show ads for the stories with the keywords black frayed and black Friday.
If this is a Google news story, you will see a drop down list of ad URLs that show up when you click an ad on the page you want.
Once you’ve selected a URL, you must click the checkmark to close the filter window and continue on with your search.
If your AdWords account is set to auto-fill, this will work as well.