A new wave of adverts for a popular food product are failing to reach the intended target of their intended consumers.
According to an AdWeek investigation, the new advert, which has not been published by the ad-tech company, “was not created for or directed at anyone,” but has instead been created for and directed at people who have a particular interest in the brand.
The ad was created by the online advertising company Gog, and has been shared by a number of social media users.
However, it has not yet reached the target audiences.
A similar ad, for a non-food item, has been spotted on the Gog site but has not seen the light of day.
Gog has been contacted for comment.
While most of the adverts failed to reach consumers, the first one did make the news.
This advert, in which a woman asks for a favour from a “beautiful girl” (in the US) in exchange for a “cute dress” (as in the UK), failed to gain traction on its first day.
“We have had to remove the ad, as it did not meet our standards of content,” said Gog in a statement to AdWeek.
“As we work with local authorities, it may not be possible to remove this ad in the near future.”
The ad is seen by over 10,000 people in the US alone.
However, the advert has had more success in the country where it was launched.
In the UK, it’s been seen by more than 1,400 people, according to Google Trends.
This advert, for the popular cheese, has also made its way into the UK.
A spokesperson for Gog told AdWeek that it was aware of the advert, but had no plans to remove it.
“While this particular ad was not created by us, it is not a Gog ad and we take this matter very seriously,” the spokesperson said.
“It was shared with local partners to help us understand what we could do to help improve this particular advert.”
The company has been working with local councils to get local authorities to remove advertisements on the internet.
“Local authorities are responsible for ensuring that the ad that is posted on the website is appropriate for their local communities,” the company said in a separate statement.
“Our advertising team is working with the local authorities on this matter and will continue to update our team on the matter.”
The spokesperson also said that Gog was looking into whether the advert was in breach of its advertising policies.