Geotargetting of AdWords

Jul 19, 2004 - 8:49 pm 0 by
Filed Under Google Ads

Google has been using geotargetting technology for awhile now, but today I noticed that the AdWords ads being displayed when you search Google, will sometimes have an extra line that shows the city and state (or sometimes just the state). A search of western union shows the following for me (notice the last line on the ad since I'm in California):


Also, a generic search of web deisgn yields the following ads.

Blah, blah about it over here.


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