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How to View and Change your Google Ads Settings (no account required)

Discussion in 'How-To Articles, Tips and Guides' started by Huracan, Nov 11, 2013.

  1. Huracan

    Huracan Administrator Staff Member

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    Whether you're a Google account holder or not. You can view and change your Google Ad Settings here:
    https://www.google.com/settings/ads

    Settings for Google Ads - Ads enable free web services and content. These settings help control the types of ads you see.

    For account holders:
    • Ads on Google (Search, Gmail, Youtube)
    • Google Ads across the Web (Web)
    For non-account holders:
    • Ads on Google (Search)
    • Google Ads across the Web (Web, Youtube etc)
    Based on:
    • Gender
    • Age
    • Languages
    • Interests
    • Opt-out settings
    The above settings can be changed, as well as opting out altogether.


    This thread is help current Google users on their Ad settings. Much appreciated, if this does not become a topic of why not to use Google. :)
    Last edited: Mar 23, 2014
  2. MalwareVirus

    MalwareVirus Regular Member

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    Nice find
    While most people don't have this link or suppose they got it ,How many are intersted to change these setting,they even don't know google tracking them.
    But people who visited forum like this or any other computer related forums or sites ,yes they might be intersted to change setting but no. are few and GOOGLE KNOW THIS :D
    Point to be consider now many users leave the google not entirely.
  3. WalterWolf

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    They hide these privacy settings too good.

    Are these settings saved in cookies or ?
  4. MalwareVirus

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    "Are these settings saved in cookies or ?"
    May be i don't know what google can to track us.
    As google chrome is dedicated to advertising,Firefox by default set google search engine,may be they can also use browser fingerprint to identified a user.Cookies can be deleted.
    ???

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