The search engine giant is asking its advertisers to pay as much as $1,000 per click on its search results, but it has to offer a better deal than other companies, including Facebook, according to a new report from TechCrunch.
The report found that Google ads will be shown as high-quality, with higher ratings and more click-throughs than the search engine’s competitors.
Google, however, is offering advertisers a better rate than other search engine operators.
“This is an incredibly important issue,” said TechCrunch publisher Matt Cutts.
“Google has a lot of work to do to fix the way they work, and it’s important to recognize that they have to do better.
Google needs to get a deal with the industry.”
Google has come under fire from some advertisers and media companies for offering less favorable terms to advertisers, but the company’s ads are viewed as among the most popular among internet search engines.
Google said it will be raising prices for advertisers and their brands by as much $100 per month for the next two years.
The move comes after an internal study found that the search giant had a better relationship with advertisers than other leading search engines, such as Bing, Yahoo and Microsoft.
Google has been under pressure to increase its advertising revenues.
In the first quarter, Google’s search traffic increased 4.5 percent year-over-year.
Google’s move comes as the company faces growing pressure from investors and regulators.
Federal regulators are examining the company for potential antitrust violations after a number of ads showed up on the pages of some major newspapers, including the New York Times.
Google said it had cut the number of ad slots in those newspapers from 2,500 to 400 over the past few months, and will continue to reduce the number to 100 in the coming months.