How to Block Any Site from Displaying Your Google Ads…

This is a problem that seems to get simpler by the moment.  Because for all the discussion surrounding affinity targeting, nebulously rotating inventory, and complex delivery algorithms, it turns out Google can actually control its own ad network (imagine that).

Which brings us to the network interface of Google AdWords, where advertisers can specifically exclude up to 10,000 pages.

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But this is just Google AdWords, right?  Uh-huh…

3 Responses

  1. Larry
    Larry

    I was beginning to wonder when this week’s SHOCKING article about ad networks would appear on Digital Music News. It’s almost 4:00pm EST!!!

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  2. Jeff Robinson
    Jeff Robinson

    Yeah, this is quite true and for companies using adwords, this makes a lot of sense. Now, if we could all avoid using the Google Chrome browser, we could cut down on ads from the add-on it mandatorily uses when we implement it. If you like the way Chrome feels, use the Rockmelt browser instead. Way more elegantly simple in it’s use and functionality than Chrome.

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  3. RigorTT
    RigorTT

    Worst article ever!

    adwords = bicycle

    google’s network for brands = truck

    So if you can stop a bike with these brakes they also work on the truck?

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