The AdWords Change That Requires a Text Ad Rethink

If you’ve worked in PPC for any length of time, the combination 25-35-35 holds special meaning.

Why? Because it was the prescribed character limit for AdWords text ads.

But no longer.

In July, Google announced an expanded character count of 30-30-80 for text ads—giving PPC pros a lot more space to work with.

But while your marketing team might be tempted to simply throw in an extra headline and some additional text, your campaigns would benefit from a more considered approach.

In her latest column in Search Engine Land, Pauline Jakober shows us how to use this change to AdWords text ads more strategically.

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