Location extensions for Google AdWords campaigns

“Location extensions” allow you to "extend" your AdWords campaigns by dynamically attaching relevant business addresses to your ads. If you're a primary business owner, you can set up extensions by linking an AdWords campaign to your Local Business Center (LBC) account. If you're not the primary business owner of the locations you're advertising, you can manually […]

Location extensions” allow you to "extend" your AdWords campaigns by dynamically attaching relevant business addresses to your ads. If you're a primary business owner, you can set up extensions by linking an AdWords campaign to your Local Business Center (LBC) account. If you're not the primary business owner of the locations you're advertising, you can manually enter addresses directly into AdWords. Once set up, Google’ll dynamically match your locations to the user's location or search terms and show relevant addresses with your text ads. When unable to determine user's location or if no relevant addresses to show, your ad without an address will be shown. If you don't want to dynamically match addresses and prefer a particular address to show with one particular ad, you can set up specific location extensions for individual ads. Your ads can show on Google and Google maps with their relevant extensions and as regular text ads on search and content partner sites.