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How Do I edit the 4 call to actions at the bottom of the ad?

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Hi,

 

I am having problems with a Google ad. There is 4 call to actions that appear on my ad and I don't know where to edit them. They appear directly below my text but they are not the site link extensions

 

If you search in google for:

best anti ageing cream

 

It's these words here:

Try It This Week · Shop Now · Buy Now · Get 10% Off

 

If anyone can please tell me where I can edit this line I would really appreciate it!

 

Thank you

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How Do I edit the 4 call to actions at the bottom of the ad?

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Rising Star

These can be found in Ad Extensions > Call-out extensions.

 

Click on the tabs for Account, Campaign and Ad Group when in the campaign the ad belongs to, and you should see them.

 

If not, look in Ad Extensions > Automated Extensions Report. Change the date range to say the last week and see if Google put them there. Below click on 

Automated extension options (advanced)
to go to the settings and change the default if you wish.
 

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June

How Do I edit the 4 call to actions at the bottom of the ad?

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Rising Star

These can be found in Ad Extensions > Call-out extensions.

 

Click on the tabs for Account, Campaign and Ad Group when in the campaign the ad belongs to, and you should see them.

 

If not, look in Ad Extensions > Automated Extensions Report. Change the date range to say the last week and see if Google put them there. Below click on 

Automated extension options (advanced)
to go to the settings and change the default if you wish.
 

How Do I edit the 4 call to actions at the bottom of the ad?

Visitor ✭ ✭ ✭
# 3
Visitor ✭ ✭ ✭

Thank you!

 

That was a great help!