Google is finally rolling out a new tool for developers that makes it easy to get their ads onto Google’s ad platform.
The new AdWords Ad Support Tool (ASST) is an ad-supported platform, a new version of which has been rolled out today.
In the new platform, advertisers can use an app to add their own ad support and control what kind of ad is displayed.
The ASST is similar to Google Adwords’s Ad Support Service (ASS) for mobile, which was launched in March.
The idea is to get advertisers onboard with the new feature while it’s still in beta.
The ad support feature is available to developers in the Ad Tools for Developers tab, and is also available in the mobile app.
Advertisers can create a new ad support profile, and then add a link to their ad that is displayed in an ad support screen.
The app will also add a « fuzziness » setting to the ad support page to adjust the appearance of the ad, according to the Google support site.
This allows the ad to look different from a regular page in a Google search.
Google has a lot more features to offer in the ad platform, including ad blocking and ad-targeting, and the new ASST allows developers to do this too.
This is an exciting step for the ad-platform industry, and a welcome one.
We hope to see more companies adopting the ASST platform in the future.
In addition to its ad support, the ASst also includes a number of new features for ad-buying and other features to make it easier for developers to reach consumers.
For instance, advertisers will be able to specify the minimum and maximum price for an ad, as well as display a price drop notification if an ad exceeds a set price.
Other new features include: * A new « Ad Type » dropdown list in the ASSt lets developers determine the types of ads they want displayed in their ad support.
Developers can also set a maximum and minimum price per ad.
* Ads that have a price lower than the ASD limit will be displayed in a « purchase » and « redeem » dropdowns.
* « Low Price » or « No Price » drop downs will be available in some cases.
* Developers can add « Fuzziness »: When an ad is labeled as « featured, » it will appear to have a certain amount of fuzziness.
This fuzziness will be determined based on the maximum price, minimum price, and maximum fuzziness level.
For example, if an advertiser wants to display a lower price, they’ll see a « No » drop down for that ad type.
Developers also can set « High Price » and/or « No High Price » drops down to indicate a higher price.
* The ASSt also includes the ability to specify what kind and how many keywords are used in an Ad Type.
For this, an advertisers can specify the keyword count per ad or the keyword density per ad, and they can specify which keywords are being used in each ad type or per campaign.
Google says the ASsts will be rolling out to more advertisers in the coming weeks.
The feature has been available to Google’s AdWords for some time, and now it is available on the desktop as well.
It is possible that it will become available in Android apps as well, and we will update this post if we hear more about that.
If you’re interested in getting your ads to display better, check out the ASDs support tool page.
You can find more information about the ASS in the Google Ad Tools section of the Ad Platforms section of Google’s site.