Two months after announcing that it had acquired the search engine optimization company Optima, Google is again rolling out a new ad campaign to boost its search rankings, this time in English.
In addition to new English ads for the brand-name brands Quora and Stack Overflow, Google will also launch ads for popular search engines in Spanish, Italian, German, Portuguese, Russian, Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese, according to the company.
Google has not disclosed the ads’ duration or the languages they’ll run in.
Google will continue to work with Optima and other search engine operators to improve the quality of search results, the company said in a statement.
In an attempt to improve its search results by eliminating duplicate content, Google has also launched a new keyword tool that can help it improve the search results for certain search terms.
For example, it can help you narrow down searches by the keyword “fart,” which is not related to a specific item in the search box.
“Optima’s ad campaigns have made search engines faster and more relevant,” said Eric Meyer, Google’s head of advertising, in a blog post.
“This new campaign is part of our ongoing effort to improve search results and to help customers find what they’re looking for.”
Search engine optimization has been a hot topic in the past year, as Google has faced criticism for a lack of transparency around its work.
Last month, Google was criticized for a series of ad campaigns in which it placed advertisements for brands that were either irrelevant or unrelated to the search terms Google was looking for.
Google removed the ads after a user complained.
The ad campaign for the “farts” campaign was pulled after a viewer complained.
Last year, Google also launched “Optimized” and “AdWords Optimized” ads, which offered customized ad campaigns to advertisers that wanted to show more relevant results.