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John Brown, Head, Publisher Policy Communications

May 02, 2019

John Brown

Google App Policy Center Launches

Google introduced on Thursday the App Policy Center for Google AdMob and Ad Manager as a place for publishers to access information on the process and handling of policy violations. "We are constantly looking for ways to improve the experience on Google AdMob and Ad Manager," wrote John Brown, publisher policy communication at Google, in a post. The access to the correct tools and information on the home page dashboard that users will have once they are signed in to an account can streamline and simplify advertising processes. .....

March 03, 2019

John Brown

Five Easy Steps for Maximizing the usefulness of Public Diplomacy Press and Blog Review items emailed by Google

..... If not satisfied with the readability of PD Review texts as seen on the Google PD Review emails, refer to the homepage of the PD Review, where these texts appear, in a readable format (but not as a rule in chronological order or in order of their importance) -- and frequently cover more than three entries for a given day. 5. In a general way, use the Google messages as a reminder to check new items the PD Review via its homepage. *** Sample Google e-mailed PD Review entries [note the nutty format] John Brown's Public Diplomacy Press and Blog Review Inbox x Public Diplomacy Press and Blog Review <noreply+feedproxy@google.com> Unsubscribe Fri, Mar 1, 6:11 PM (1 day ago) to me John Brown's Public Diplomacy Press and Blog Review India-Korea bonhomie: 'Act east' meets 'new southern policy' The origins of “public diplomacy” Senators Portman, Carper unveil report on Confucius Institutes at U.S. schools and universities India-Korea bonhomie: 'Act east' meets 'new southern policy' Posted: 01 Mar 2019 02:54 PM PST John Jojin, koreatimes.co.kr For an explanation of the above photo illustrating quote ancient Indian-Korean ties, see the below statement: "The visit of the Korean first lady last year on the occasion of Deepotsva celebrations in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, appealed to a large number of Indians, who are otherwise not familiar with either Korea or India-Korea relations. Her visit popularized the Korean myth of a nuptial connection between a Korean king and an Indian princess dating back two millennia, which was hitherto not well known in India. .....