Easily Upgrade 3rd Headlines & 2nd Descriptions of All Your Google Ads With New Adalysis Features

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New Features

Google finally released an API that supports the 3rd headline and 2nd description line.  Adalysis now supports these new ad lines.

When you create an ad, you now have the ability to create the 3rd headline and 2nd description.

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Multi Ad Group Testing

For multi-ad group testing, we also support testing the 3rd headlines and 2nd description lines.

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Add Your New Lines in Mass

To easily add 2nd descriptions and 3rd headlines; you can use the bulk edit tools to quickly add a 3rd headline, 2nd description line, or both at a single time by following these simple steps:

Editing or Copying a Large Number of Ads

This option lets you edit your ads and add the new lines or create a copy of your ads and adding the additional lines.

  • Go to the Ads tab
  • Filter for the ads you want to add a 3rd headline or 2nd description line to
  • Select all
  • Then go to:
    • Edit ads… to edit the selected ads
    • Copy & edit ads… to create a copy of your ads and add the new lines to new ad versions
  • Add the new lines you want to create
  • Leave the rest of the lines blank (to inherit that data from the ads being changed or copied)
  • Preview the ads to make sure they look correct to you
  • Create the ads

Create a Large Number of Ads using Data from Your Best Ad in the Ad Group

  • Go to the Ad groups tab
  • Filter for the ad groups you want to add a 3rd headline or 2nd description line to
  • Select all
  • Click Create multiple ads…
  • Add your information to the new description and headline fields
  • Leave the rest of the lines blank
  • Choose the option to inherit data from your existing ads
  • Preview the ads to make sure they look correct to you
  • Create the ads

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Need some advice on 3rd headlines?

Google isn’t publishing any stats on how often the 3rd headlines are showing. To try and figure out how to work with the 3rd headline; we did some analysis on responsive search ads and looked at how to control your messaging when you don’t actually know if that 3rd headline will show or not. You can see our analysis and advice for working with 3rd headlines: How to Work with Google’s 3rd Headline & When to Just Ignore It.

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