Types of Google ads


  • Introducing the different types of ads
  • Describing the benefit of each types of ad
  • Evaluating the pros and cons of each types of ads
  • Sharing a success story of a Google ad campaign 

Introducing the different types of ads

There are a few different types of Google ads that you can use to reach your target audience. The major types you need to know include:
  • Display ads
  • Text ads
  • Mobil ads

Benefits of each types of ads, pros and cons

Display ads

Display ads are an advertising format that uses a large image or video to stand out from the rest of the content on a web page. They are typically displayed in a place where users are likely to look first, such as the top or bottom of a web page. Display ads are often targeted at specific demographics, such as people who are interested in purchasing a particular product or service. Display ads have a lot going for them. They’re highly visible, they can be targeted to specific demographics, and they can be placed on any website.

Display ads are especially effective when they’re placed on websites that are visited frequently by people who are likely to be interested in the product or service being advertised. This is because display ads are seen as more relevant and persuasive than other types of ads.

Pros and cons

With display ads, businesses can reach a large audience very cheaply. However, they have to be very specific about what they want to advertise and need to be very creative in order to stand out from the competition. 

Display ads also have a shorter lifespan than other forms of advertising, so businesses need to be constantly monitoring their results in order to ensure that their investment is worth it.

Text ads

Text ads are a great way to target specific consumers. They allow businesses to send messages directly to individuals through their mobile devices. This type of advertising is effective because it is personalized and it is mobile-friendly. Text ads are also inexpensive, and they can be targeted to a specific region or audience.

Pros and cons


-Target a very specific audience with text ads
-Can be very cost-effective
-Can be placed on websites and in apps
-Can be limited to a specific geographic area


-Limited space for text ads on a website or app
-Can be difficult to read
-Can be intrusive

Mobile ads

Mobile advertising is a way to reach consumers who are using mobile devices to access the internet. Ads that are targeted to mobile users are more likely to be seen and clicked on than ads that are not targeted. Mobile ads can be served through the use of websites, apps, and other digital platforms. They can be placed on the home screen, in the app drawer, or on the desktop. Mobile ads can be targeted to users based on their location, age, interests, and other factors.

Pros and cons

There are a few pros and cons to mobile ads. On the pro side, mobile ads are typically more targeted than traditional ads, which can result in higher click-through rates. Additionally, because people are using their phones more to conduct everyday tasks, ads that are relevant to their interests are more likely to be noticed and clicked on.

However, mobile ads can also be more intrusive than traditional ads.