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Advertise your business on Google

No matter what your budget, you can display your ads on Google and our advertising network. Pay only if people click your ads.

Your ads appear on Google.com

When people search on Google using one of your keywords, your ad may appear next to the search results. Now you’re advertising to an audience that’s already interested in you.

People can simply click your ad to make a purchase or learn more about you.

REACH MORE CUSTOMERS

Expand your reach through the Display Network

With hundreds of thousands of high-quality websites, news pages, and blogs that partner with Google to display AdWords ads, the Google Display Network can reach users all over the web to help you drive conversions. Choose from text, image, and video formats to communicate your message.

Target the right user in the right context

Using your keywords, Google’s contextual targeting technology can automatically match your ads to webpages in our Display Network that are most relevant to your business. For example, an ad for a digital camera may show up next to an article reviewing the latest digital cameras. If you want greater control, use placement targeting to hand-pick specific sites or sections of sites you want your ads to appear on.

Measure and optimize your results

With the Placement Performance Report, you have visibility into where all your ads appear. Review your ad’s performance on a site-by-site basis to see impression, click, cost, and conversion data, and use this data to identify well-performing sites to target more aggressively and low-value placements that require content optimization or exclusion.

Target your ads locally

Set your ads to appear only to people searching in a particular city, region or country. Now it’s easy to target online customers within 20 miles of your front door or across the world.

Show your address with your ads

Help potential customers find you by showing a business address or phone number with your AdWords text ads. You can show your location to people searching for local information on Google.com and on Google Maps.