Adwords Callout Extensions Are Going Dynamic

  • Sheryl Jones
  • October 3, 2015
  • 3 Minute Read
Adwords Callout Extensions Are Going Dynamic

Whether you give life time warranty on any product or its discount time going on at your store, the more benefits you show to the people, it becomes easier and quicker for them to decide for their purchases online. This is ultimate reason why Google came up with callout extensions.

Callout Extensions is that additional text which is shown with your Google Search Ads, to highlight specific information (USP’s generally) of your products or services. This information attracts your potential customers to understand how your business is different from others. This plays an important role to achieve higher Ad rank. It helps them to see the valuable information before clicking the ad.

Examples of callouts are:

  • Easy Returns
  • Free Shipping
  • No Contracts
  • Cancel Anytime
  • Join Free, etc.

Here I would be explaining entire story of Callout Ad Extensions starting from when they were introduced, why to use callout, how to include them in your ads, when to use, its do’s and don’ts and its latest update.

1. AdWords Callout Ad Extensions Roll Out

Google introduced callout ad extensions last year and from then till date it has been giving immersive results to all the advertisers using it. You can add any number of callouts but minimum should be 2. At the time of displaying the callout extensions, Google would display at most 4. 25 characters for each callout extension is allowed. Click here to know more about call out’s and what are the factors to get them displayed.

2. How To Add Callout Ads?

Callout Extensions can be implemented at account, campaign, or ad group level.

Steps to add new callout are :

  • Choose the campaign you want to add.
  • Click on Ad Extensions > Select Callout extensions from View dropdown.
  • Click on “+Extension” button > Click the “+ New Callout” button.
  • Now you can enter the text of your first callout (max 25 character).
  • Save and repeat for all callouts. Select the callouts to include in the campaign, but only 4 would be displayed.

Find out more here:

  • Callouts aren’t clickable and linkable. Whereas, Sitelinks are linked to respective landing pages.
  • Callouts are used to highlight the product features. Whereas, Sitelinks are used to show different products on the site and navigate to their pages.
  • Callouts are yet to be added manually. Whereas, Sitelinks are always created dynamically by Google.
  • Callouts never has a description.Whereas, Sitelinks may have description.

Check out more differences along with the examples to understand better:

4. The Do’s and Don’ts of Callout Extensions

Dos’ –

  • Its beneficial to create more call outs for an ad, so that it can help for better optimization.
  • Make creative use of custom callout extension scheduling.
  • Using special characters, quotations, etc can help your ad stand out more.

Don’ts –

  • Avoid using Title case

There are many more here to explore:

5. Google Adds Dynamic Callout Extensions In AdWords

Here is the latest update to Callout Extensions. A Dynamic Beta version has rolled out. Now Google will automatically fetch the information from your site regarding the products or services for your text ads. However, this isn’t yet showing for all advertisers, so still don’t miss to add and optimise callouts manually.
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The curious learning kid in Sheryl is what she treasures the most that keeps her growing. She loves to surround herself with digital geeks and address challenges in the dynamic market with unique solutions. As a Sr. Marketing specialist at Uplers, Sheryl offers a helping hand by adding value and striving to attain the mission.

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