(A) Company targeting, which allows you to serve ads to the people who work for a specific company you choose.
(B) Variable targeting, which allows ads to be served to a subset of users on specified dates for a set ad price.
(C) Heritage targeting, which allows advertisers to serve ads only to users who have a specified family history.
(D) Device targeting, which allows you to serve your ads to users on desktops, smartphones, and tablets.
(E) Language targeting, which lets you reach people with your selected language as their browser’s language setting.
This question is a part of the Google Ads Display Certification Assessment exam. You can find all the answers for this exam in our Google Ads Display Certification Assessment Answers page.