The chrome webstore is a place where consumers can buy everything from clothing to cars.
But, in a twist, many have found themselves complaining about the website’s ads, especially those that appear during commercials and TV commercials.
We recently spoke to a former employee of the store, who called the site “one of the most annoying parts of my job.”
He also pointed out that he has to pay $5 a month to access the website because of a “digital lock.”
A new study suggests that the ad dollars on chrome web stores are not a reflection of their quality, but rather, that they’re making the site appear more attractive to potential customers.
The researchers, from the University of California, Santa Barbara, conducted a survey of 100 chrome web users, asking them to rate the site on how attractive it is to look at.
Their findings were published in the Journal of Advertising.
They found that Chrome web store users overwhelmingly rate the store as having a higher quality than other online stores.
But when asked how much they pay, they were split down the middle.
A whopping 69% of chrome web shoppers said they pay at least $50 a month for the site, while 41% pay at $20 a month.
The remaining 43% say they pay less than $20.
The study also revealed that many consumers also pay for Chrome webstore ads, which, in some cases, appear during advertisements and TV spots, and which, if a viewer is looking for a specific product, often come up with their own price.
The ad dollars seem to have a clear impact on consumers’ shopping habits.
About 15% of the Chrome web shoppers surveyed said they have spent more than $100 on advertising.
Another study showed that Chrome is the top digital source of search traffic for consumers.
The top five digital search engines are Google, Bing, Amazon, Apple and Yahoo.
According to the study, Chrome web sites generate 2.7 billion search queries a day, which is a staggering amount of traffic.
Google and Bing are also the two most visited search engines, with each generating about 1 billion queries a month, according to the researchers.
Yahoo and Apple generate about 4 billion and 2 billion, respectively.
The findings were also supported by a survey conducted by consumer data agency Experian.
According to the company, the average time consumers spend looking at a website is 3 hours.