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Help - Adwords puts URL where ad heading should be!

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Hi, I have tried both the old and new text ads but both put my websites URL at the start of the ad heading. This is bad bad bad. It pushes the ad over to the right - away from where the eyes skim down the search results. Totally unaceptable. How do I change this? It also looks stupid. Instead of the ad heading being "Dingosoft - Official Site" it says "dingosoft.co - Dingosoft - Official Site".

 

By the way - the only reason for the ad is that despite being in business and on the web since 1999 a startup spam company has recently copied my name and logo and is using the dingosoft.net domain and your (^@&&% ranking algorithm puts them at the top of the search results!!!

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Help - Adwords puts URL where ad heading should be!

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That is automatic formatting from AdWords, to my knowledge there is no way to avoid it. 

Help - Adwords puts URL where ad heading should be!

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Hi @john p,

 

Its automatically shown by the Google to feature your brand more prominently.

Get more information here

 

Though if you will use the maximum characters limit provided for the headline, it can be avoided but can not say 100%.


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