A banner advertising a free Google search has appeared on the page of the site of the Jerusalem Post.
The banner advertises a free trial of Google AdSense, a program that enables users to view Google pages and ads for free.
Google has promised users of the AdSense program a free two-week trial of AdSense.
Google is one of the leading advertisers of AdWords, the most widely used ad-blocking technology, and has been working with publishers on the program.
In a statement, Google said the ad banner is only for users of AdShield, Google’s AdSense-only service.
Google also says it is providing free search results for any users who visit the page.
Google’s AdShield service is free to use, but is limited to a limited number of keywords.
Google also says users can earn up to 20% of any Google search traffic they earn.
Google does not provide details about how much traffic users earn through its AdShield program, but the Google AdShield site has a link that directs users to a page listing AdShield rewards.
Google says it will also offer users a free banner on its Google Search Engine Optimization website.
Google says it was using a banner on the site for six months before it changed the design.
Google said the banner was placed on April 6, 2016, and the search engine showed up on the homepage as a result.
Google did not provide an explanation for why the banner appears on the Google Search page.
The page includes a link to a free search advertising program, which provides access to a number of AdExpert services, including free ads.
Google previously offered AdShield for free to users who signed up for the Google search engine.
Google offers a free AdSense trial for AdSense users.