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A Quick Look at Google Web Designer

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Don't forget to leave your own thoughts, feedback and questions guys!


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Thanks for sharing it!

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I hope you find it useful Rahul Smiley Happy

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WOOO....Great video,,,

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Excellent stuff Scott. Thanks for sharing this.

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Great video. Thanks lot for sharing Smiley Happy

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Hi Scott Dunroe,

It's really awesome. I am just going to install it now.
Thank you for share it with your video.

Jemee

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This look like a very useful and time saving tool. i look forward to spending a bit of time playing with different styles of advert creation! Thanks

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If I create an ad in 300x250, upload it to AdWords, will it than be used in other formats (like 728x90) by AdWords (like it happens when using Ad Gallery templates), or do I need to create an ad for each format?