To create a Google ad, you must first know what you’re trying to achieve. There are several ways to do this, such as through Automated ad extensions, Location ads, and Cost per click. After establishing your goal, you must enter basic business information. There are a number of steps you can take to make this process as simple and as effective as possible. Listed below are some tips to help you create an effective ad.

Location ads

If you’re new to Google location ads, you can start by checking out some of the basic tips to get started. While Google‘s location targeting uses a variety of signals to serve ads based on where they’re most likely to be seen, it’s important to know that it can’t be 100% accurate. To make the most of the targeting options available, check out the overall performance metrics to determine how effective each one is.

Automated ad extensions

You may not have realized it, but you can automate ad extensions in Google Ads for free. You can add site links, callouts, and structured snippets to your ad text, but you won’t get credit for conversions. While ad extensions are not the same as ad copy, they increase your ad’s visibility, click-through rate, and post-click landing page views. By adding all possible extensions, you will be able to improve the performance of your ads and get more conversions.

Quality scores

Many marketers wonder whether their Google Ads account is suffering from poor Quality Score. Fortunately, there are several tips for increasing your Quality Score:

Cost per click

How much do you spend on a Google Ads campaign? The amount of money you spend on your advertising campaign can vary significantly depending on your industry. A good rule of thumb is to aim for a CPC of around 50 cents per click for business services. In contrast, for the arts and entertainment sector, CPCs are considerably lower. However, you must reach out to more customers to generate the same amount of revenue.

Getting more ad space

There are numerous ways to get more Google ad space. You can buy a larger ad that takes up more space on the first page of results. You can also use site extensions to show your phone number, physical location, seasonal sale, or extra links to other pages on your website. Getting more Google ad space doesn’t require any expert knowledge. Using one of these strategies will significantly increase your exposure.

Damon Nelson
Damon Nelson

Entrepreneur, business consultant, software developer, and marketing professional. Many hats with one simple goal... help you make more money with simple automation, proven strategies, and a little common sense. Want to learn more? Check out what I've been reading lately.