Which of these can be created to run on the Display Network?
- VideoPlus ads
- TrueView and VideoPlus ads
- Homepage expandable Masthead ads
- Lightbox ads and TrueView in-display ads
Discovery and lightbox ads both appear on the Display Network. Lightbox ads responsively combine your ad assets — like videos, image galleries, and maps — to fill available ad spaces. Lightbox ads may contain multiple videos, image galleries, or combinations of these.
Lightbox ads are expandable, rich media display ads that run across the Google Display Network. https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/6135143
Video discovery ads appear in places where viewers discover content, like on YouTube search results, next to related videos, on the YouTube homepage, and on partner sites and apps.
TrueView video ads give YouTube viewers the ability to choose which video ads they want to watch and when – meaning you won’t pay for unwanted views.
There are two types of TrueView ads (known as formats):
In-stream ads run before, during, or after videos on YouTube or on video partner sites and apps. They give viewers the option to skip the ad after 5 seconds. These ads help you drive awareness for your brand and products while people are watching a video.
Video discovery ads appear in places where viewers discover content, like on YouTube search results, next to related videos, on the YouTube homepage, and on partner sites and apps. They invite people to click on a thumbnail to watch your video ad and help surface your videos to an interested audience.
You can create TrueView ads in AdWords using the “Video” campaign type.
How you’re charged
With TrueView ads, you pay when a viewer watches 30 seconds of your video (or the duration if it’s shorter than 30 seconds) or interacts with your video, whichever comes first. This means that you will only pay when someone chooses to interact with your ad.