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Sunday, October 19, 2008

Sack the Designer! New Google DIY Display Ads Tool

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There is no longer any need to pay your designer the outrageous fee he demands for producing banner ads. A new Google tool will allow you to create your own display ads for your AdWords campaign.

Launched just days ago, the AdWords display ad builder allows you to build display ads very easily using your own text, images and logo.

“If you’ve wanted to expand beyond your text ad campaigns, or if you’ve been looking for an easier way to build display ads, this tool can help,” Trevor Claiborne of the Inside AdWords team wrote in a blog post about the feature.

The DIY tool can create ads to fit all placements on the Google network, including video and game ads. Forty ad templates are customized to business categories such as movies, travel and games.

Below is an example of what the ads could look like:


So if you think you’re up to the challenge of putting your creative hat on and designing your own displays ads for your AdWords campaign, then click here to find out more.



Courtney Mills Courtney is an online marketing and communications specialist at ineedhits - a leading search engine marketing firm with over 16 years experience. Courtney has been living and breathing online marketing for over 5 years. She specializes in web and communication marketing, while providing news and opinion to online marketing communities.

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