Posted January 18, 2018 11:37:58 Google has officially removed the ad blocking feature from its AdMob app, effectively removing all the ads that were installed on the blog.
This means that all the content that is currently being delivered to Google’s website through the AdMob ad network is now blocked by the ad network.
Users can still view the posts that were blocked by Google, however.
This news comes after Google’s VP of Ads, Tom Blanchard, announced that Google will stop using the Admob platform as a platform for the AdWords program.
“Our goal is to give you the most relevant, useful and powerful ad-serving tools, but unfortunately AdMob doesn’t have the reach or reach to do that,” Blanchar said at a Google I/O event on Monday.
“We’re doing something different.”
He went on to explain that AdMob will continue to offer Google ads for other types of content, including podcasts and music.
“I think you’ll see the AdManager plugin will be very, very powerful,” Blancad said.
“If you have a podcast or a movie or whatever, you’ll be able to reach that podcast audience, and if you have podcasts and movies, you will be able reach those audiences.
You’ll be seeing things that are very different from what we’ve seen before, but you can still see those things.”
The news follows a similar announcement that Google pulled AdMob from its own platform earlier this year, and now users can find AdMob content on their own websites.
AdMob is a free app that helps users discover and monetize their blog content, as well as help advertisers find and market the best ads for their campaigns.
Advertisers have been asking for more of Google’s tools to deliver their ads to their content, and Blanchart said that he would continue to work with advertisers to provide better ad experiences.
“There’s a lot of work that needs to be done,” he said.
“[Advertisers] want better tools, they want better reach, they’re very happy with the way they’ve been using AdMob and they want more of that.”
The move comes just days after Google announced that it will stop partnering with AdMob on future ads.
Previously, Google had partnered with Admob for its own ad service, AdMob Stories.
The AdMob news comes as Google continues to grapple with a number of other issues, including an ongoing data breach.
In March, it admitted to a massive data breach in which at least 40 million accounts were stolen.