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Google obscured by bad Announcement 780 million in 2015, up 50% from 2014
Google announced that it had blocked up to about 780 million bad Declaration in 2015, these figures constitute an increase of almost 50 percent compared to the previous year’s figures in 2014.
Google said it had during the 2015 off up to about 10,000 site and 18,000 account for the sale of counterfeit goods, and the prevention of more than 12.5 million statement they were trying to promote the sale of drugs unapproved as well as pharmaceuticals, the company reported the existence of 30,000 site Added to List black for the sale of their weight loss products.
The search firm definition of bad ads as ads that constitute harm to the user because of malware or stimulate the user to buy counterfeit goods from illegal or intrusive ads that cover up or harmful content.
Although the company has developed an acceptable explanation of what a bad ads and ads acceptable and non-acceptable, but that it did not pay to stop fraudsters marketers in an attempt to overcome these rules.
Google has in 2014 disable more than 524 million bad Declaration, and banned the offerer 214.000, while the company has in 2013 to remove 350 million a bad advertisement, and banned more than 270,000 offerer.
The company did not unveil the total number of advertisers who’ve blocked last year, but they are working to remind users that it intends to permanently stop the publication of false advertising appearing on the network and it’s going in this area forward.
Google said it blocked last year within about 25,000 ads a portable application because the developers did not follow its policies, and the targeting of a large part of these ads because the marketers put their ads are very close to causing the buttons by the user clicking on the ad by mistake.
The company disclosed in June that it is working to establish a technology that allows them to know whether the visit ads via mobile phones has intentionally or not.Viewing:-168
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