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Character limits for Sitelink Extensions

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Hi there,

 

I'm curious as to what the character limits are for Traditional Chinese sitelink extensions, I can't seem to find specifics in the Adwords Policy section. Would anyone be able to help me out here?

 

Kind regards,

 

David

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Character limits for Sitelink Extensions

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Hi David,

 

Best to ask in the Chinese community for AdWords.

https://www.zh.advertisercommunity.com/

 

From Google resource page: the length limits are the same across all languages. Each character in double-width languages like Korean, Japanese, or Chinese counts as two towards the limit instead of one.

 

Thanks

Neha

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Character limits for Sitelink Extensions

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Limits & Requirements: 25 character limit per sitelink (link text) 35 character limit per line of description text (2 lines) Minimum of 4 sitelinks must be loaded in order to be eligible to display.

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Hi David,

 

Best to ask in the Chinese community for AdWords.

https://www.zh.advertisercommunity.com/

 

From Google resource page: the length limits are the same across all languages. Each character in double-width languages like Korean, Japanese, or Chinese counts as two towards the limit instead of one.

 

Thanks

Neha

Neha Gupta, AdWordsTop Contributor Follow Me: My Blog | Twitter | Google+ | LinkedIn
Did you find any helpful responses or answers to your query ? If yes, please mark it as the ‘Best Answer’