The additional line of advertising copy is no longer going to be displayed in Google’s search results.
Earlier in 2017, Google decided to start a test allowing their AdWords advertisers to add an extra line of text to their expanded text ads. Google allowed advertisers to add an extra 80 characters to their ad copy to help increase relevant click throughs.
Google are now winding down this test and have decided not to roll this out to be available to all advertisers. AdWords advertisers who have been part of this test will begin to start seeing the following notification in their account:
I spoke with one of our senior account managers, Phoebe Holford. Phoebe mentioned that in some accounts that were testing the extra description text were experiencing click through rates over over 14%.
Based on that stat alone perhaps Google have been a bit hasty with scrapping this test.
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