Posted November 01, 2019 08:32:31 When you asked Google if you could ask its network ad ad network about weather conditions, the company responded, “Not for now.”
You will still be able ask for weather information on Google Maps, but it won’t be in the search results, the blog post says.
Google’s decision comes as Google is trying to move away from Google AdWords, its traditional online advertising platform.
AdWords was supposed to replace Google AdSense, a competitor that has existed for more than 20 years.
Google was planning to move Google Adwords away from its website this year, but the move fell through.
In 2017, Google said it would move Google Network Ad Networks out of its Google Adsense platform.
It had previously said that it would transition Google Ad Networks from Google Search to Google Network Advertising.
The move to move to Google Advertisers is expected to take about three months, Google spokeswoman Michelle Jorgensen told Mashable.
Google AdWords currently offers advertisers a free service, which offers ads based on a user’s searches and activity.
Google Network Ads offers advertisers an ad-free option.
Advertisers can opt-in to the Advertiser program, but Advertisernes still have to pay a monthly fee for the service.
Google is currently looking at new ways to monetize AdWords revenue, and Google’s search revenue has been declining over the past few years.
If you want to learn more about Google Network advertising, you can read our article on why Google is moving away from AdWords.