Connect with us

SEARCHENGINES

Google Ads Won’t Let You Create Or Edit Expanded Text Ads Or Modify URLs

Published

on

Google Ads New Global Campaign Summary For Aggregate Reporting On Manager Level

Just a reminder, Google Ads no longer allows you to edit URLs, or create or edit any ETAs, i.e. expanded text ads, anymore. This should have gone into effect on July 1, 2022 – at least that is what Google told us and we reported on twice here.

Starting June 30, 2022, you will no longer be able to create or edit your expanded text ads. Your existing expanded text ads will however continue to serve. Google added “As part of this change, you’ll no longer be able to create or edit expanded text ads. However, your existing expanded text ads will continue to serve alongside responsive search ads, and you’ll still see reports on their performance going forward. Additionally, you’ll be able to pause and resume your expanded text ads or remove them if needed. You’ll also still be able to create and edit call ads and Dynamic Search Ads.”

Ginny Marvin, the Google Ads Liaison, reminded us of this on Twitter the other day here:

Amalia Fowler as well, although, she is not at Google:

Maybe it worked for a couple of weeks beyond its deadline?

Either way, you can no longer create or edit your expanded text ads in Google Ads.

Advertisement

Forum discussion at Twitter.



Source: www.seroundtable.com

SEARCHENGINES

Google Popular Destinations Overlays Google Travel Details

Published

on

Google Popular Destinations Overlays Google Travel Details

Google seems to be testing overlaying on top of the web search results the popular destinations feature and details you’d normally get in Google Travel. Previously, Google would show you a snippet and when you clicked in for more, it would take you to Google Travel.

Khushal Bherwani shared a video of this on Twitter of Google testing an overlay, I currently still do not see the overlay but rather am taken into Google Travel’s site. Here is his tweet:

Google has been testing overlays a lot in web search on mobile. I guess Google rather keep people in search over those verticals?

Advertisement

Forum discussion at Twitter.



Source: www.seroundtable.com

Continue Reading

DON'T MISS ANY IMPORTANT NEWS!
Subscribe To our Newsletter
We promise not to spam you. Unsubscribe at any time.
Invalid email address

Trending

en_USEnglish