The ad copy of a smartphone, tablet, or laptop can be misleading because of text advertising, according to a new study by the Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB).

In a separate study published in The Journal of Advertising, researchers also found that the ads in ads in newspapers were much more accurate than in ads on the Internet.

The study found that text ads can make users feel duped into paying more for ads that aren’t really ads at all.

And, the researchers found, the ads that users see are often more misleading than the ads they actually see.

The report comes on the heels of another study released Tuesday that found that smartphone users pay a much higher premium for ads on mobile networks than people who don’t own smartphones.

Mobile ads are not only more expensive than ads on other networks, but they also tend to be more intrusive than ads placed on websites, according the study.

The researchers found that ads that appear on websites were more likely to be placed at the bottom of the page, and they also were more intrusive and more likely in-line with what users expected to see.

Advertisers and online marketers have a difficult time getting users to pay more for advertisements that appear in the same place and for the same ads that are displayed on the same sites.

Text ads are one way for users to see more ads than they would otherwise see.

And they’re often not placed in the best place.

For example, when a user clicks on an ad on an e-commerce site, the ad should be displayed on a website that isn’t directly related to the item or service being advertised.

But if the ad is placed in a news section, or an ad for a restaurant, it’s likely to come across as intrusive and inappropriate.

And that’s because many of the ads on these sites are displayed in different places, including on different websites.

The ads themselves can also have a big impact on users’ expectations.

For instance, if an ad appears on a site where users typically have more experience, users may be less likely to click on an advertisement if it’s placed in an area where they’re likely to have fewer experience.

The IAB conducted the study in the fall of 2015 and found that there were more than 5.5 billion ad impressions on websites on mobile devices and 2.3 billion on websites for smartphones.

The company analyzed data from more than 7.7 billion user clicks through the Google AdWords platform between November 2014 and May 2015.

A Google search for “Advertising in the news” showed that Google’s mobile search results had more than 3.1 billion ads.

For mobile ads, the results for November 2014 were the lowest since November 2009, the year of the Great Recession.

The results for May 2015 were the highest since May 2012, the first year Google launched its AdWords mobile search platform.

“Advertisers use these clicks to target the most valuable ads to consumers,” said Adam Green, chief marketing officer at IAB.

“These clicks are also likely to lead users to the sites they’re most likely to go to, and to the most effective ads they see.”

A Google AdSense search showed that nearly 70 percent of the top-ranked ad results were ads from newspapers, magazines, and online publishers.

In fact, nearly all of the most popular ads featured in those search results were from newspapers.

“Text ads are a great way for advertisers to reach people without having to pay for a banner or pop-up ad,” said Michael Smith, the CEO of IAB, in a statement.

“This research helps us understand how text ads work and help advertisers better understand the impact text ads have on people’s impressions and clicks.

Text advertising is a very popular tool for publishers and advertisers.

But it’s also a tool that consumers and ad agencies need to keep an eye on.”

In fact the study found “that users who viewed an advertisement as an in-text or embedded link in the text were more willing to pay than those who viewed it as a banner.”

“That’s a big difference,” said Smith.

“People may think they’re getting more information by clicking on an inbound link that’s embedded in text, but in reality, the more they think about the text, the less likely they are to click.

The bottom line is that text advertising is not always the best choice for the ad, even if it is the easiest to use.”

The study’s authors believe that advertisers and their content owners should focus on other ways to better target the ads people are looking at, including providing better and more personalized ad copy.

“For the last decade, the text ad has been a powerful tool for consumers and advertisers to target and target well,” said Green.

“But text ads should also be used with caution.

Text advertisements are often placed at random places and are often displayed in an inappropriate place.

They are also often intrusive and can be confusing.

Ad networks have a hard time understanding how to make effective use of text-based ads.”

Ad networks are also not