The company posted a message to its Google Ads status dashboard just after 8:00 pm ET Thursday, stating, “We are investigating reports of issues with Google Ad Manager… Ad Manager is no longer serving ads to affected users. I haven’t,” he said.
User impact message added “I can access Google Ad Manager, but I’m seeing error messages, high latency, or other unexpected behavior. ”
The company promised to provide additional information shortly.
Ad Manager is “a platform for large publishers with a lot of direct sales, according to Google. ” will be provided.
Additionally, “Ad Manager offers granular control and supports multiple ad exchanges and networks, including AdSense, Ad Exchange, third-party networks, and third-party exchanges.”
Ad Manager has been a growth driver for Alphabet over the past year.
In its latest quarterly results, the company said, “Impressions increased from the three months ended September 30, 2021 to the three months ended September 30, 2022, mainly due to Google Ad Manager and AdSense. is due to the growth of
Impressions for the three months ending September 30 were up 3% compared to the same period last year. In his first nine months of the year, impressions increased by 5% compared to the same period last year.
Alphabet’s stock has fallen more than 30% over the past year amid widespread sell-off in the market, especially among big tech companies.
The stock ended the latest trading session down 1.3% at $93.71.
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