in the Wall Street Journal that advertisers pay for the information and are informed about new clients or clients’ changes in their business models.
The information includes client names, business addresses, telephone numbers and email addresses.
The information is provided by an online advertising software company called AdSense, which sells its service through AdWords, Google’s advertising service.
The article by Michael A. Salladay in the WSJ includes information on the number of people who signed up for the service in the past two months, and the total number of ad views each person is seeing.
It also includes information about how many people were added to the service last year.
American Advertising did not respond to a request for comment.
The service is a tool for companies to sell ads through the internet without requiring the customer to have a phone number or email address, Sallada said.
It’s also a tool to allow businesses to show the advertisements to prospective clients and their potential customers.