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Remarketing campaigns with automatic audience expansion Remarketing is usually a good conversion generator.  However? Please note that you do not have the standard ‘target group expansion’ checked in the target group targeting. This checkmark ensures that you give Google the space to expand the target group based on your website visitors. So it may just be that your remarketing campaign has become a prospecting campaign. Screenshot of remarketing in Google Ads. This shouldn’t be a problem, but it does make the name of your campaign no longer correct. And that you spend money on a target group that you have not set yourself. 4. Headings rendered in RDA without images The new responsive display ads from Google work fine in many cases!

The Delivery View Tool

They are delivered much more often than, for example, static JPEG or PNG banners, and even more often than (AMP) HTML5 banners. Nice! However, there is a danger in these ads. They take the form of the website on which they are displayed. No problem of course, it only looks better you would say. The bad thing is that for a well-run responsive display ad you need quite a few headlines and descriptions. And you don’t have full control over Morocco B2B List which headline is shown first. You avoid this by making your headlines and descriptions company-specific. They are delivered much more often than, for example, static JPEG or PNG banners, and even more often than (AMP) HTML5 banners. Nice! However, there is a danger in these ads.

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Delivery View Tool

In the search network, you can pin the headlines of the responsive ads to a specific place. This is not the case in the display network.  Nothing is more annoying than assuming that you have everything well boarded up, only to find out that Google is casually expanding your target groups and making changes to your account itself.  My first reaction is like that of many, who the hell would come up with something like that? They are delivered much more often than, for example, static JPEG or PNG banners, and even more often than (AMP) HTML5 banners. Nice! However, there is a danger in these ads.

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