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Dynamic search ads question

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Hi all

 

Im trying to set up Dynamic ads just for my homepage. Now of ocurse i cant use URL as the home page is just my domain, i cant use category, or page title either i can only use content.

 

So do i just copy a small section of my home page content into the box and the system should know which page i mean? no other page has that content so im assuming this is the only way i can achieve this - is it right?

 

thanks

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Accepted by topic author ripleyhypno
January 2017

Dynamic search ads question

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Hi

 

no ive got about 30 pages but i thought that dynamic ads werent just for shops but for anyone with a fair bit of content for Google to pick from?

 

thanks

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Dynamic search ads question

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Hi,

 

Dynamic search ads are for big sites with hundreds of pages, mostly e-shops. 

As I understand, you have a site with just one page. In that case, you should build a search campaign. Not dynamic search.

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Hi

 

no ive got about 30 pages but i thought that dynamic ads werent just for shops but for anyone with a fair bit of content for Google to pick from?

 

thanks

Dynamic search ads question

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I would definitelly use a traditional search campaign for a 30 pages site.

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thanks a lot