Google Tests "Ad Text Ideas" AdWords Tool

Jun 12, 2007 • 7:30 am | comments (2) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google AdWords
 

A WebmasterWorld thread has a member describing a new tool he is noticing in his Google AdWords account. The new tool is named "ad text ideas" and helps you create descriptions and titles for your AdWords ads.

I happen to see this in my account. You can access it by going to a campaign, clicking on tools and scrolling down and looking for "ad text ideas (beta)." Or you can try to go to this URL and see if that works for you.

The tool basically helps you find "effective words and phrases for your ads."

Here is a step by step of how it works:

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Adwords Ad Text Ideas Beta Tool

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Adwords Ad Text Ideas Beta Tool

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Adwords Ad Text Ideas Beta Tool

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Adwords Ad Text Ideas Beta Tool

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Adwords Ad Text Ideas Beta Tool

Pretty neat and useful for many advertisers but I am sure professional AdWords providers have their own ideas for creating text for AdWords ads.

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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Comments:

Lonnie

10/08/2007 11:47 pm

I just tried to use this application. It needs a lot of work to get better. I buy old cell phones and it created an ad that stated that I sell cell phones. So, who knows. It isn't that smart...probably better off writing your own.

Barry Gardens

04/12/2009 01:09 am

I think this project has become a dinosaur in the google's world now.

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