When you have to pay to see ads on TV, and you are watching ads from a variety of sources, you can get a little confused.
In fact, it’s not just the ads that are confusing.
You also have to ask yourself if you want to see the same ad in different ways.
In some cases, that can mean you can see the exact same ad from multiple sources at once, which can be a challenge if you are only interested in seeing one or two channels.
The reality is that there are different types of ads on the internet, so you can find different kinds of ads.
What you can do with the different types is create different sets of filters.
For example, you could create a filter that only shows ads from the most trusted brands in the UK and the US, or a filter for only the UK, US, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Japan.
The filters that we’ve listed above are only one part of the ad buying process.
If you have the time and energy, you should also check out the ad-tracking tools we’ve created to help you decide which ads you want and where to spend your money.
If you want more information on the different ad types, be sure to check out our guide to advertising.