Keyword insertion can be a great way for your ads to show up to prospective users. The feature allows you to insert and update your ads with relevant keywords in the ad group which results in showing your ads to the users. It allows you to make your ads more appropriate to the users looking for services that you are offering.

How To Add A User’s Query Into Ad Copy?

The best way to automatically add your user’s query into the ad copy is using dynamic keyword insertion. In case the user’s query has the same keyword, then it will get added to your ad automatically and show up to the user. All you have to do is go through the Google Support Center, and it will give you more information about Dynamic Keyword Insertion.

Dynamic Keyword Insertion: How Does It Work?

Here is the simple process that tells you how the dynamic keyword insertion works.

Step 1: The first thing that you need to do is to add a special piece of code in the ad text of your Google Ads. Let’s say you want to run a campaign for the promotion of a chocolate shop, and there is an ad group that is available for you to advertise your items. You can insert a piece of code into your ad text relevant to your goods or services. By doing so, it will use that particular piece of code in your ad text when the keyword cannot be inserted.

Step 2: Next, if the customer searches one of your keywords, Google Ads will replace the code with that keyword to show your ad. The feature enables you to have one ad which displays differently to the user as per their search query. As a result, it makes their ads more relevant and helpful.

Step 3: Once you have added your keywords, you can save the change and run the campaign.

Common Problems With Keyword Insertion

There can be times when you can face some problems with keyword insertion due to the following reasons:

  • Excessive characters in the URL, headline, or the description line.
  • Grammatical mistakes or spelling errors.
  • The landing page is not operational or working properly.
  • The content in the keywords promote unethical or illegal activities.
  • Keywords used do not make any sense.

It is best to avoid making these mistakes when using keyword insertion for the optimal results of your ad campaign.

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