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Google, already one of the dominating actors in the on-line advertisement industry, could soon have even more strength in this area.
Google, already one of the dominating actors in the on-line advertisement industry, could soon have even more strength in this area. Now, the challenges are to determine what a good or poor ad is in order to determine what the vast majority of web surfers see. Google Chrome Browsers, used by about 60 percent of desktops and mobiles, began Thursday to block some of the most troublesome advertisements on the webutomatically.
Google's declared aim is to make the web less angry. Google will use the coalition's standard to assess website ad quality and judge as either reasonable or incorrect. Web publishers then have 30 working day to design their ad and resubmit for re-rating or have their ad block by Chrome.
Google says it has so far detected 1500 of the most used pages on the web with advertisements that contravene the new standard. Publishing houses are most likely to get a first shot from Google's ad changes, said Peter Reinhardt, managing director of the ad analytics business segment. According to the research company eMarketer, these two giant companies will receive 60 percent of the US market's total online marketing costs in 2017.
The move from Google to Chrome follows Apple's June last year move to integrate web ad capabilities into the Safari web browsers. Googles is designed to modify the appearance and behavior of web sites when they are used by individuals. Targeting the advertisements that Google polls have found most irritating, Chrome's tools can convince web surfers not to choose more dramatic choices that conceal or remove all on-line advertisements on their screen.
Of course, an online world without advertising and traffic is not the end game of Google. Whilst some see this as a reform of the advertising sector from the inside, Google criticises the way the blocking is used. Boyle, News Media Alliance VP of PR, said the Associated Press that Google's move to integrate these into Chrome turned volunteer content into de facto legislation.
Mr Reinhardt said that the new function will probably speed up new developments in online ad, especially the strengthening of Google's ad duo with Facebook. Concerning publishing, it is already clear that many subscribers are stepping up their efforts to compensate for the need for more aggresive publicity, a tendency that Google's new Google tools are likely to promote.