If you’re a Facebook user, you’ve likely noticed that your search for news and social updates has become a little more limited in recent months.
Now you can see the same thing happening in Google ads, as the company is now offering ads to your friends on Google Plus.
The Google+ ads are only available for people who have already joined Google Plus, but if you’ve joined a group, you can opt in to get Google Ads for your friends.
In other words, you don’t need to do anything to see ads for your Facebook friends.
Google is also rolling out an ad targeting feature that will let you see ads targeted at your Facebook followers, which could be handy if you want to see the ad on a different topic.
Facebook is also introducing new advertising categories to its social networks, including Places, Maps, Weather, and News, all of which are targeted at people who like to explore the places they’re currently in.
The ads are also getting a few new features to help advertisers target ads to people in your circle of friends.
One of those new features is a new “Ads For Groups” section on the main Page, which is aimed at people in groups of friends who like the same topic.
If you like to read, listen to, or watch podcasts, you might want to check out the “Ad Options” section for the new “Group” option, which allows you to choose which ads you want from groups.
This will let advertisers tailor ads to those groups, or people that you’ve interacted with on Facebook in the past.
In addition to being able to target ads on groups, you’ll also be able to opt in when you make a new group, allowing advertisers to show ads to you more often, without having to wait until you make the new group.
The new group ads are still just for Facebook, but you can expect Google to roll out more ads targeting to its own services, including Google+ and YouTube.