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What Shall be Followed After the Ad title?

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Hi People,

 

I have been confusing about the ad title for a while..Can't find how Google explains to this probably because this is the details only if you pay some attention to it to find out:

 

So here is the screenshot #1 - Question: Why the link followed with the title starting either with a upper case or a lower case. Is it eligible to edit the way I want it?

 

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And the screenshot #2 - Question: Why in this case there is nothing followed with the title? I know sometimes it could be followed with the first line of the copy if it's not too long and fit in the title space. But none?

cap 2.PNG

 

This all might be Adwords basics but it seems a beast to understand. Thanks in advance!

 

Jason

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Hello,

 

This is an automated feature from 2011 , users are not in control of it . Read more about it here :

 

http://adwords.blogspot.ro/2011/05/showing-display-url-domain-in-headline.html

 

You can add a period mark at the end of the first description line to create a longer headline which prevents the domain to be shown near the Title line.

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Hello,

 

This is an automated feature from 2011 , users are not in control of it . Read more about it here :

 

http://adwords.blogspot.ro/2011/05/showing-display-url-domain-in-headline.html

 

You can add a period mark at the end of the first description line to create a longer headline which prevents the domain to be shown near the Title line.

Re: What Shall be Followed After the Ad title?

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Thanks a lot Adrian!