Now you can mute or stop specific Ads that appear on the sites you visit frequently. Google is rolling out a new feature to enable users to perform this.
Almost all web sites we visit, mainly blogs and news sites, may contain Ads from Google Display Network. The reason Google provides Ads most relevant to website’s content so it’s useful for both the website owners as well as the site visitors. But sometimes you may see Ads irrelevant or not suitable to you. Of course you can control what types of ads you want to see on the sites you visit from Google Ads Preferences Manager. But it’s not possible to control ads individually from there. But Google is rolling out a new feature that you can use to mute specific Ads from Google Display Network.
On YouTube videos you can opt out of seeing ads by clicking the [x] mark when an Ad displayed. Google bring similar feature to other types of ads. In coming days, it’s not live here, you can see a small [x] mark in the corner of some Ads from Google Display Network. You can click on it to mute the Ad, if you don’t like it appearing for some reason.
Muting of irrelevant Ads gives users greater control over what Ads they see over time. Hope this feature will useful for you to stop specific Ads or Ad campaign that you don’t like.
Via : Google