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Bulk upload for Display Ads

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Can I bulk upload many banners to Ad Group? Or I need to it one by one?

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October 2015

Re: Bulk upload for Display Ads

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Hi DmitryMukhach,

There are a few options for bulk uploading ads, I prefer using Editor.

Have you tried using AdWords Editor for tasks like these? I find the workflow for adding display ads quick and easy.

In editor: Make sure you have the latest version of your account downloaded. Then, browse to the display ad group in the left navigation where you want the ads to end up > choose image ads from the tree at the bottom (ads and extensions > image ads) then click make multiple changes (at the top) and then choose add images from the top right of the make multiple changes dialog box. Once imported, you can then bulk edit the details needed, like URLs etc...post the changes and you're done.

There are also option to add the images to multiple ad groups if needed.

Hope this helps!

-Tommy
Tommy Sands, AdWords Top Contributor | Community Profile | Twitter | Philly Marketing Labs
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October 2015

Re: Bulk upload for Display Ads

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Hi DmitryMukhach,

There are a few options for bulk uploading ads, I prefer using Editor.

Have you tried using AdWords Editor for tasks like these? I find the workflow for adding display ads quick and easy.

In editor: Make sure you have the latest version of your account downloaded. Then, browse to the display ad group in the left navigation where you want the ads to end up > choose image ads from the tree at the bottom (ads and extensions > image ads) then click make multiple changes (at the top) and then choose add images from the top right of the make multiple changes dialog box. Once imported, you can then bulk edit the details needed, like URLs etc...post the changes and you're done.

There are also option to add the images to multiple ad groups if needed.

Hope this helps!

-Tommy
Tommy Sands, AdWords Top Contributor | Community Profile | Twitter | Philly Marketing Labs
Did you find any helpful responses or answers to your query? If yes, please mark it as the ‘Best Answer.’