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How do I change the hyperlink to a different page if I am editing an ad please..  (very new adwords user)

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Re: editing an existing ad.

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Hello Deekath,

 

Two ways:

 

1) In-line editing: Just hover over a Ad under Ads tab to reveal the editable fields. Click on pencil & then you can Edit Adtext  + Display & Destination Url.

 

Hit Save.

 

Please see here.

 

EDIT: Sorry I forgot to write second way coz of my busy work schedule 

 

2) You can ad multiple adcopies in one go with the help of Adwords Editor.

 

Please see below articles: 

 

Download Adwords Editor (If you havn't explored it yet)

Edit Text Ads

 

Thanks

Neha

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Hi Deekath,

I think you want to change your Destination URL.

Plz Follow Below Steps:

>>Sign in your adword account
>> Go to the Campaigns tab and click it. 
>>Click on AdGroup for which you want to change your ad.
>>Click the Ads tab
>> To edit your ad, click on its ad text (or the pencil icon  that will appear next to it).

Edit ad

Edit your display and destination URLs
 

>>Make changes in your Destination URL and click Save.
>>Edited ad will automatically be submitted for review. 

For more deatils plz visit below link:


 

Thanks

Anchal

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Accepted by MosheTLV (Top Contributor)
September 2015

Re: editing an existing ad.

[ Edited ]
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# 2
Top Contributor

Hello Deekath,

 

Two ways:

 

1) In-line editing: Just hover over a Ad under Ads tab to reveal the editable fields. Click on pencil & then you can Edit Adtext  + Display & Destination Url.

 

Hit Save.

 

Please see here.

 

EDIT: Sorry I forgot to write second way coz of my busy work schedule 

 

2) You can ad multiple adcopies in one go with the help of Adwords Editor.

 

Please see below articles: 

 

Download Adwords Editor (If you havn't explored it yet)

Edit Text Ads

 

Thanks

Neha

Neha Gupta, AdWordsTop Contributor Follow Me: My Blog | Twitter | Google+ | LinkedIn
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Accepted by MosheTLV (Top Contributor)
September 2015

Re: editing an existing ad.

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Hi Deekath,

I think you want to change your Destination URL.

Plz Follow Below Steps:

>>Sign in your adword account
>> Go to the Campaigns tab and click it. 
>>Click on AdGroup for which you want to change your ad.
>>Click the Ads tab
>> To edit your ad, click on its ad text (or the pencil icon  that will appear next to it).

Edit ad

Edit your display and destination URLs
 

>>Make changes in your Destination URL and click Save.
>>Edited ad will automatically be submitted for review. 

For more deatils plz visit below link:


 

Thanks

Anchal

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thank you very much.. solved

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Thanks so much..  got it. all done. cheers

 

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You're Welcome Smiley Happy

- Neha
Neha Gupta, AdWordsTop Contributor Follow Me: My Blog | Twitter | Google+ | LinkedIn
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