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Flinzar says

If your excuse for not liking ads is “They just show some ads for people to click and so that they get paid high”, then you’re probably a selfish person. (No Offence) If you like a service in an ad and think that you can make use of it, why not pay the ad provider? It’s not like you’re paying them from your own pocket!

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graphic_dev says

I don’t know if this has anything to do with Google, but it seems like lately the internet has more or less just been taking a bunch of products I’ve looked at online and thrown them up as ads. This is cool, but I already know about all the products I’ve already looked at…seems kinda redundant.
Google offers various remarketing methods where you can target people who have visited your site. If you’re running an online store, you could target people who have put products in the shopping cart without checking out.

I don’t know much about marketing, but I think it’s one of the most effective marketing strategies.

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