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How to choose right campaign type?

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You'll choose a campaign type based on your marketing goals, brand strategy, and how much time you can invest.

 

1. Search campaigns: Text ads on search results

Search campaigns are text ads on search results that let you reach people while they’re searching on Google for the products and services you offer.

It's great for driving sales, leads, or traffic to your website, as you can show your ads to people actively searching for your products and services.

Why choose Search campaigns

  • Sales and leads:
    • Boost your online sales and signups.
    • Consider using leads if you have a longer sales cycle.
  • Easy setup:
    • Write text ads and pick keywords.
    • Skip special files or assets—these aren’t needed.

 

2. Display campaigns: Image ads on websites

Display campaigns let you reach a relevant audience with visually engaging ads as they browse millions of websites, apps, and Google-owned properties, such as YouTube, to achieve your marketing objectives. Display campaigns are a great way to expand your reach and stay top of mind with an audience beyond just Google Search.

 

Why choose Display campaigns

  • Sales and leads: Use visually engaging call-to-actions to drive sales and signups.
  • Awareness and consideration: Create memorable ads to make people aware of your brand or consider your product.
  • Reach: Target people beyond search results while they’re browsing websites and apps.
  • Your data segments: Follow up with people who’ve already viewed your ads or visited your site.

 

3. Video campaigns: Video ads on YouTube

Video campaigns let you show video ads on YouTube and other websites.

Some Video campaign types can help you boost general awareness of your brand. Others are designed to drive conversions or get people to shop on your website.

 

Why choose Video campaigns

  • Awareness and consideration: Use video ads to make people aware of your brand or consider buying your product.
  • Sales and leads: Use the “Drive conversions” campaign subtype to set up action-focused video ads.
  • Expand your reach: Target people beyond search results while they’re on YouTube.
  • Your data segments: Follow up with people who've already viewed your ads or visited your site.

 


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