Google is looking to monetize its search results and its content for your own personal website design, and it is trying to do it on a much larger scale.
The company has already been making some significant headway in that area, making sure that its search engines will rank your website’s content as an advertiser on sites like Yahoo!
It’s just a matter of time before Google becomes the go-to place for most web designers to market their websites.
That’s the goal of the search giant’s new search ads platform, which is being developed by the company’s AdWords division and will roll out to users next month.
The Google AdWords Platform lets users design their own website to maximize advertising potential and is the first step in a bigger strategy to help advertisers make more money.
In fact, the platform has already begun taking payments, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Advertisers can place orders to promote their products or services, and users can click through to buy products or even use the platform to create their own websites to sell ads on.
“We’re building a platform that allows anyone to be the creative force of their own site,” AdWords chief operating officer Jeff Blatt said in a statement.
“The platform lets us do that, and that’s why it’s built with the most cutting-edge technologies to deliver the most compelling results and deliver the best ads.”
Advertiser ads will appear on the home page of the site that you’re designing, as well as on its content, according a blog post by Google’s VP of business development, Jason Fried.
But that won’t necessarily mean that you’ll see all of the ad space, which will depend on the size of the business you’re building.
“It’s a great platform for anyone who wants to create a website, but it’s also great for those of us who have more complex, creative work on our websites,” Blatt told the Journal.
“That’s where the advertising will come in.”
To get started, you’ll need to create your own website and sign up for AdWords.
There’s also a free version of AdWords that’s being rolled out, which lets you place a one-time order to promote your product or service on a site.
AdWords is available for anyone, and anyone can sign up to earn a spot for free by visiting their site’s home page.
That means that if you’re not familiar with the business, you can use AdWords to promote a simple blog post.
That doesn’t mean that AdWords will be an automatic, cost-free way to sell your website to advertisers, however.
“Advertisers will have to pay a fee, and we’re providing a one time payment to help them manage this,” Bladts said.
Adwords also allows users to customize the ad placement for their website, and if they want to place an ad on your site, they’ll need your permission.
That allows users the ability to create an ad with a specific subject line or keyword, Blatt explained.
If they want an ad to go to a specific keyword, they can create a separate ad for that keyword.
The new platform is meant to give you the flexibility to build a custom site for any type of business or business needs, Bladt added.
“There’s a lot of potential for advertisers to get really creative with their ads,” Blass told the Wall St. Journal.