Find out what Google thinks about you based on your Internet searches and your browsing history and modify the data in your favor thanks to Ads Settings Google.
Let’s see what Ads Settings Google is to find out what Google knows about you based on your Internet searches and browsing history. In addition, if you wish, you can modify the data collected by Google in your favor to get a better and more personalized browsing experience. Thanks to Ads Settings Google, we can find out what data Google has about each of us and how we are categorized in relation to our Internet searches. Google is watching us and we will show you how to use it to your advantage.
Ads Settings Google: what Google knows about you
Google is the online platform that stores the most data of all its users, either through the search engine (the most popular and used in the world, by far), or other platforms such as YouTube or Gmail, as well as the Android operating system for cell phones. But to what extent does Google know things about each user, and is there anything we can do as users to try to change that?
For those who are curious about what Google knows about everyone, there is a way to find out what each user’s online service stores for its advertising integrations across web pages: Ads Settings Google.
Follow the steps below to access your information stored in Ads Settings Google:
- Log in to your Google account through an Internet browser.
- Now go to the adssettings.google.com website.
- Here you will be able to see Google’s personalized ad settings in relation to your personal Google account, all of them across all the categories in which the search engine includes you to show you personalized advertising based on your searches, likes or preferences.
All this information is extracted from your searches on the Internet and information through cookies that your account stores when you access any web page or service. From here, you will be shown ads related to your online behavior that can be more or less accurate.
Although the really important thing is that in adssettings.google.com you will be able to make that the Internet ads stop being based on your searches and that they stop responding to your Google user profile.
On the other hand, you can eliminate all the categories related to your digital profile and that you do not believe that they adjust to your personality, in order to receive advertising more according to your tastes and interests.
Of course, you will not be able to prevent Google from continuing to store personal information about your searches and web activity, but at least you will be able to achieve a less intrusive browsing experience that is more in line with your preferences.