A Google Local Service Ad is a pay-per-lead ad shown when people search for the services you offer in your local area. This ad displays a preview of your business profile, which may include your business name, phone number, location, reviews, hours, photos, a bio, and the Google Guarantee badge. The ad will appear at the top of the Google SERP, above traditional search ads.
1 – Sign into your Google Ads account. 2 – Click Campaigns and then click the blue +. Choose your goal and select Display campaign type. 3 – Add your business website. 4 – Next, you’ll set all the parameters of your campaign, including the campaign name, location, language, bid,
A Google Mobile App Ad is a cost-per-install (CPI) ad that appears on the Google Display Network and within other apps. Though this ad type reaches mobile phone and tablet users using automatic targeting, you control where your ad is shown using topics, device, app category, and exclusions.
Google Ads Remarketing is a type of online advertising where ads show to users who have already interacted with your website while they are browsing the Internet, watching YouTube videos, or reading news sites. Remarketing – also called Retargeting – reaches those who are familiar with your brand, keeping you top-of-mind and reminding them to visit your site again.
Google Shopping Actions is a program that offers customers an easy way to purchase your products on multiple devices, including through voice shopping. The program gives businesses the opportunity to put their products on Google platforms, including Google.com, Assistant, and Google Express.
These PPC ads show when someone searches Google for terms that are related to titles and phrases on your website. Although you still write description text, ads are dynamically generated, with Google Ads using those phrases to choose a landing page and relevant headline for your ad.