To show an ad, which is eligible to appear on search partner sites, on the mobile version of Google Maps, you should use:
- product extensions
- location extensions
- mobile extensions
- store visit extensions
If you opt to advertise with Google search partners in your campaign network settings, your ads with location extensions can appear on partner sites. Ads with location extensions on these sites can vary in format, and they might show a map.
Read more here: //support.google.com/adwords/answer/2404182
Location extensions can help people find your locations by showing your ads with your address, a map to your location, or the distance to your business. People can then click or tap your extension to get further details about your location on your location page, which includes the most relevant business information all in one place. Location extensions may also include a phone number or call button so that users can easily call your business.
This article provides an overview of location extensions. For instructions on how to set up location extensions in your AdWords account, go to Use location extensions.
Before you begin
If you make products and want to help people find them at chain stores, see About affiliate location extensions instead.
When to use
Location extensions encourage people to visit your business. Here’s a Search Network example. Clara, a bakery owner, wants to draw foot traffic to her storefront. She adds a location extension to her campaign. Now, when people nearby who search on mobile for one of her keywords (“best bakery nearby” or “fresh bread”), her extension show and may give bread-lovers:
- the distance to her location, and its city (mobile)
- her location’s street address (computer)
- a clickable “Call” button
- a tappable or clickable access to a details page for her location—with information such as hours, phone number, photos, customer ratings, and directions.
Location extensions can also run on Display campaigns. Location extensions on Display help you close the loop between online ads and offline sales by driving foot traffic to stores. Here’s a Display Network example. A major clothes retailer wants to target the audience segment “Fashionistas”—encouraging people browsing online to come into the store and make purchases. To accomplish this goal, the store’s account manager sets up location extensions on Display ads. When people see her ads, they can check out the business photos, open hours, and store location on the map then click on “Direction” to navigate to the store.
Learn more about how to create location extensions on Display ads.
Where they show
Location extensions can show your business information in various formats—mobile and desktop—on the Search Network, Display Network, and Google Maps.
- Google Search Network: On the Search Network, ads with location extensions can appear as a standard text ad with your location and phone number. On mobile, a clickable “Call” button may show in place of your phone number.Amherst Ice Cream Parlour – Artisan Soft ServeAd www.example.comPistachio and Brown Butter Raisin On Tap. Fresh Baked Cookies.
100 Dardanelles Rd, Amherst MA
Reviews from your Google My Business listings may appear in ads with location extensions enabled. Reviews are compiled from Google My Business listings with a minimum of 5 reviews, and an average of 3.5 stars.
- Google Search Network Partner Sites, like Google Maps: If you choose to advertise with our search partners, your ads with location extensions can appear on partner sites. Ads with location might show a map.
- Google Display Network: Your location extensions may show on sites and apps on the Display Network when people are near, or have demonstrated an interest in, your local area.
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