What is Search Ads Campaign?
Have you ever seen those text ads that pop up when you search for something on Google? Those
are called Search Ads, and they're the original type of Google ad. They're great for
businesses that want to get more customers or sales, because they show up when people are
looking for what they offer.
Search Ads are part of a Search campaign, which is one of the campaign types you can create
in Google Ads. A Search campaign lets you place your ads across Google’s vast network
of search results. You can bid on keywords that are relevant to your product or service, and
your ads will appear when people search for those keywords on Google.
There Are Three Kinds of Search Ads You Can Use:
Responsive Search Ads: These ads change depending on what people search
for. They use
different headlines and descriptions to match the query. They're good for trying out
different ways of saying things and seeing what works best.
Call Ads: These ads have a phone number that people can click to call
perfect for businesses that need to talk to their customers, like restaurants, plumbers,
Dynamic Search Ads: These ads are made by Google using your website
content and a short
blurb that you write. They're useful for businesses that have a lot of content on
website and want to use that (and Google) to create new ads.
What You Need to Know Before Using Google Search Ads?
Like anything else, Google’s search ads have their pros and cons. Here are some of
You can get in front of people who are looking for what you sell, which means they are
more likely to buy from you.
You can see results right away, as your ads can show up as soon as they are approved and
you start bidding on keywords.
You can pick from different kinds of search ads, such as responsive, call-only, or
dynamic, to fit your goals and preferences.
You can track and improve your performance using data and insights from Google Ads.
You only pay when someone clicks on your ad, which means you don’t spend money on
impressions that don’t lead to actions.
You may have to compete and pay a lot for some keywords, especially in popular or
You may have to spend time and money on keyword research, ad copywriting, landing page
optimization, and bid management to get the best results.
You may have to check and update your ads often to keep up with changing customer
behaviour and market trends.
You may have to follow Google’s advertising policies and guidelines, which can be
strict and complex sometimes.