Google’s search engine, Google News, has become the latest target for a new campaign targeting the industry’s most coveted brands.
The campaign, called Candy Crush, features a collection of products, some of which feature brands including burberry, T-Mobile, and Chanel.
The goal is to attract a wider audience to the news aggregation site and to help brands improve their search rankings.
“This is an effort to help brand marketers in their efforts to drive more traffic to their websites and to improve their bottom line,” a Google spokesperson said in an email.
“Our search engine rankings are affected by how well we rank brands and products in Google News.”
T-Mobile is a target in the campaign, and a number of other top brands have also signed up to play a part.
The campaign is also expected to push the Google search engine to improve its rankings for brand searches.
Google’s latest ad campaign is the latest in a series of ads targeting the ad-driven internet.
Earlier this year, Google pulled a number ads that were targeted to women.
The ads were not targeted at men, and Google said the campaign was intended to help advertisers understand the impact of targeted advertising on women’s shopping habits.
In an effort called the “Big Bang,” the company launched a series called “Tasty Women,” in which women are shown pictures of women with the words “tasty” and “good” in the caption.
In one, women are pictured eating a delicious snack in a restaurant.
Google also ran a “Taste of Beauty” campaign in 2012 that included photos of women wearing lipsticks and lip glosses.