Articles tagged: advertising
Advertising networks notice what interests you. It might be a little creepy, but it’s not malware.
Advertisements support the free information available online. It’s critical that you can distinguish ads from genuine content.
It’s absolutely critical you learn to recognize the difference between advertisements and actual search results.
Advertising on the internet is broken. It might be time to think about using adblockers and supporting your favorite websites in other ways.
Free information on the web isn’t free; there are costs to provide it. Pop-ups: advertising, offers, and social media, are all part of the “cost” of free.
If an ad claims that they will fix your computer for free, be skeptical. You know they are trying to make money, and besides you may be able to handle the problem yourself, for free.
Of course Gmail can read your email. How else would they be able to filter it for spam? But “who” or “what” is reading it, and does it really matter?
This sounds like an advertisement coming from the website. Advertising funds websites that deliver otherwise free information. If you don’t want to look at it, you have only a few options.
Advertisements, just like in newspapers or magazines, are nothing more than rented space on a page and should never be confused with recommendations.