It’s not often that an article in Polygon has this much detail, but that’s exactly what we have.
As we previously noted, Google will soon be able to target ads directly to the Reddit user’s user profile.
That means that a user’s search history, interests, and other data will be shown in ads that show up when users search for content that is relevant to their interests.
The information that advertisers are targeting in these ads is not necessarily personal, however.
Instead, Google is hoping to identify users who have previously clicked on the links on other pages.
This would allow advertisers to target these users with targeted ads, and Google has a number of examples of this happening.
In one example, the company revealed that it will target ads on pages that appear to be about a person that has been previously linked to another page.
This is similar to how Google targets its organic search results.
The idea of this new advertising is not new.
Google has experimented with ad targeting before, though it has not always been so straightforward.
In fact, it was a bit of a surprise when Google began testing out ads in 2016, as they were still experimenting with their own ads.
Google’s new advertising model is still in the very early days, however, and there are a number unknowns.
For instance, it is not yet clear how much money Google will make from this new model.
Google is still not releasing revenue estimates for the new ads.
Additionally, the new advertising models will likely only work for a few months at most.