If you’re a blogger or writer with a social media presence, you might want to get a little more traffic.
That’s the takeaway from a new report from eMarketer, which finds that the average time it takes for an ad to reach its destination on a platform is longer for ad networks than for search engines.
This isn’t a new phenomenon.
Google and Facebook have been using these techniques for a long time, but the companies have been much more aggressive about using them.
For example, Google’s Panda algorithm penalizes sites that don’t perform well when compared to their peers, and it blocks content that contains copyrighted content.
But Facebook has been much less aggressive about this.
The company has also blocked ads for people with disabilities, while YouTube has been blocking ads for users who don’t have a Google account.
It also has been more aggressive in blocking ads that include inappropriate language.
The new report says that this trend has accelerated.
Google now has more than half of all search ads on YouTube, and more than one-third of search ads in Facebook’s News Feed.
And in all of these cases, the ads are faster than the search results.
It’s also worth noting that Google has been less aggressive than Facebook in blocking illegal content.
Ad networks can make money from this by using the “bots” that crawl and index the content to get more users to visit a site.
That, in turn, leads to higher traffic to the site.
Google is not the only company doing this.
Google has long used automated search to rank web pages, but it’s only recently been making this tactic a reality.
The report notes that this tactic is already seeing a big impact on the ad industry.
It found that Google is now “a key player” in advertising on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube, which has an average audience of about 5.5 million users per month.
That means that if Google were to block ads from Facebook and Instagram, the company would lose a significant amount of revenue.
And that’s assuming that Facebook and/or Instagram do not stop ads from appearing on their sites in the future.
Google’s bots are already a major revenue source for the company, but this report suggests that they could grow to be a major source of revenue for the ad companies themselves.
Read more about this report at MSNBC.com