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Bulk upload of images

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Hi everyone!



What URL formats are available for bulk images upload to Google Adwords?


So now i tried to use dropbox links and links to folders on computer - doesn't work both - Google Adwords just write that no images uploaded. 



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Re: Bulk upload of images

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Hi There,

The easiest way to accomplish this is normally AdWords Editor. Here is great help article on uploading multiple images at once using Editor.

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Hi Peter,


I am under the impression that you are storing image files on and would like to upload them to a GDN campaign in your AdWords account directly from there. I'd suggest you to first download the images to your own device.


As for your file format, factor in that Helppage tells advertisers:


"When possible, use sizeless formats like text or HTML5 templates. When using image formats, upload in HD sizes and be sure to include at least 300x250, 728x90, and 160x600. Why: This helps maximize your reach across devices and formats. When you provide image ads in those three dimensions, we’ll automatically resize them to fill more placements on the Google Display Network."


Next try to follow the steps described by Scotty here.


I am copy/pasting the principal steps hereunder:


1.) Select the ad group you wish to add the image ads to and then select the Ads tab.

2.) The next step is to click on the Image tab.

3.) Now select Add/update multiple image ads.

4.) Browse for image files and then just complete the verification windows that follow. 5.) You will now need to complete the display and destination URL fields of the ads contained in the list.


Hope the above helps a bit.