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Is it worth having 3 desktop and 3 mobile ad's in an adgroup? Is there a difference in performance? Has anyone seen this?
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Accepted by topic author Friedl G
September 2015

Re: Mobile Ad Copy

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Hi Friedl,

 

The amount of ads doesn't give you any kind of "boost".

 

In terms of Good Practices, it's recommended that you use 2 to 3 ad copies  per adgroup, for you to have a chance to compare different text and offers. If you use only one ad per group, you won't be able to compare data.

 

Most companies usually creates a more generic ad, talking about the company it self, and the other ad usually offering something, a discount, free shipping and so on, so you can decide "when I talk about discounts, i have better results", and then you move to 2 different variations of ads talking about discounts.

 

Hope it helps.


Leandro Martinez | Basta1Click

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Accepted by topic author Friedl G
September 2015

Re: Mobile Ad Copy

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Hi Friedl,

 

The amount of ads doesn't give you any kind of "boost".

 

In terms of Good Practices, it's recommended that you use 2 to 3 ad copies  per adgroup, for you to have a chance to compare different text and offers. If you use only one ad per group, you won't be able to compare data.

 

Most companies usually creates a more generic ad, talking about the company it self, and the other ad usually offering something, a discount, free shipping and so on, so you can decide "when I talk about discounts, i have better results", and then you move to 2 different variations of ads talking about discounts.

 

Hope it helps.


Leandro Martinez | Basta1Click