A new study by researchers at Harvard University reveals that ads are often invisible in the real world.
The study found that when people see ads for products and services, they tend to ignore the ads altogether, or they ignore them at all, if they’re not actually using those products and/or services.
Researchers looked at a number of online platforms, including Facebook, Google, and Twitter, and found that consumers tend to miss out on the ads they see if they’ve clicked through to the site without actually using the product or service.
In a study published in the Journal of Advertising Science, the researchers looked at 1,000 advertisements on four online platforms.
While the study found a statistically significant drop in the number of times people clicked through, it did not show a drop in their engagement.
When the researchers combined the results from the ads with a model of how users are likely to interact with ads on the platform, the results were not much different.
In other words, users tended to click on ads to continue viewing the content of the ads.
The study is the first of its kind, and it suggests that ads that are more relevant to the product are likely going to be more effective than ads that aren’t.
In a statement, Facebook said that the results are “very encouraging,” but that “the majority of the data we’ve collected shows that people are far more likely to click through to ads than not.”