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So it’s easy to understand why this data is important to companies like Google and Facebook.
The domain name data is particularly important for Google, which has used it to help design its new tools, which let it better target ads to people based on their interests.
In fact, Domain Finder is the subject of a patent application that Google filed on Monday.
The patent application is for “a system and method for generating a list of domains based on a domain user’s unique domain identifiers, and providing users with a list that includes domains based only on the domain user.”
It’s the first time Google has been specifically using domain-related data to target ads.
“As a company, we have used the Domain Finder data to help develop and refine our targeting tools, and we believe that these tools will have an impact on the advertising market,” Google spokesperson Kristin Wong told Recode.
Google’s Domain Finder is a bit like a Google search bar with a different look, but with a lot of data.
It’s available to everyone who has a Google account.
And if you’re a domain owner, it can also be used to find domains for your company.
There’s a big range of domains, from a tiny company to a global brand, and it will display a bunch of information about those domains.
Here’s a look at the data it will show you.
The company that owns the domain has a history of using the site to target advertising.
And the company that hosts the domain also has a long history of hosting advertising on the site.
The user has a set of domain user IDs that they can use to see which domains are being used by which company.
That way, when the company wants to target advertisements to those users, it has to get that data from a specific company.
But the data that Google is using is just the information that is generated by a company and not a company-wide database.
And that information is only available to Google users.
The way it works is that Google uses a list to identify which domains it’s trying to target.
This is called a “domain list.”
Google also has some sort of “domain identifier list,” which is essentially a list containing all the information about a domain that it uses to identify domains for specific purposes.
For example, if you are a company that has a domain name that’s a part of the same domain as a particular search query, then that information would be a part on the Domain ID List.
This list is also used to tell Google what the domains for the domain search are for.
And it will also include information about how many of those domains are actually being used.
In this case, it’s all the domains that the company is currently using.
In addition, Google can also find which domains the user has logged into.
So if the user is on the Google homepage, and then searches for the word “google” on the company’s domain, the Domain Filer will return the results.
And these results are used to target a subset of the users who have logged into the site in the past.
In the past, when a user is logged in to a Google website, it uses the information in the domain list to find the domain.
But now that the Domain Filter has been rolled out, it will look at this information, too.
That information will tell Google which domains have been used by users to do searches on the website.
And as a result, when people are doing a search for something, it’ll give them the results from the domain that the user owns.
This could help users avoid potentially misleading results from their search results.
“Domain Filer helps us better understand what domains are currently being used to help advertisers understand their target audience,” Google said.
“This means that we can target ads more effectively to people who are in those specific groups.”
The company said Domain Finder also will help advertisers better understand how their targeted advertising campaigns are working.
“By leveraging Domain Finder to understand how advertisers’ advertising efforts are working, we can tailor our targeting to the interests of those people and provide them with better targeting tailored to their specific search queries,” it said.
The other key benefit of Domain Finder?
It will give advertisers more information about who their customers are.
For instance, if someone is looking to buy a car, Google might want to know if that person is an individual who owns a car.
Domain Finder will also help advertisers determine who their users are.
The search bar that is displayed on a company’s homepage will display information about all of the companies that have registered domains with that company.
“If you’re using Domain Finder in conjunction with Google’s Keyword Planner, we will display your domain names in the Keyword Search Tool as well,” Google