An advertisement on Google’s Google AdSense platform might say, “The Google search results for ‘Apple’ will show this ad”.
But the real search results might not have this ad.
In fact, Google has been accused of running deceptive ads on a large scale.
And this latest example of a false ad is particularly troubling because Google has a longstanding relationship with Montgomery advertisers, which are among the most reputable in the industry.
It has been a key part of the ad network’s business model since the 1970s, and it is a key reason the company has continued to expand its reach in the ad marketplace.
For years, the company used Montgomery’s advertising platform to place a huge number of Google ads on Google.
The Montgomery advertisers used Google’s AdSense to place ads on other websites, which in turn ran the ads on their own sites.
But Google’s advertising business model has changed dramatically since then, according to the company.
Google now runs ads on its own sites and then sells ads to other advertisers using its own AdSense network, which makes up 90 percent of the AdSense market.
In 2017, Google bought AdSense for about $9 billion.
And this past month, Google said it was considering a sale to another online advertising company.
The search giant has been under pressure to address allegations that it had a long-standing relationship with the Montgomery advertiser network.