What you can do with Google Ads Source
Target ads based on country, city, region, or distance from the location
Improve your brand's awareness by creating targeted cross-platform Google ads using keyword planner
Connect with people who previously visited your mobile app or website with Google ads remarketing
Create successful search campaigns and engage with potential customers at the right time via email
Optimize your ads for mobile to connect with users searching on their mobile devices
Learn core search engine marketing tactics with Google Ads Best Practices Series
How to set up Google Ads Source Integration
It just takes a few minutes! Use our step-by-step guide for setting up Google Ads as a source in RudderStack.
Efficiently Track Customer Event Data from Google Ads to RudderStack
Integrating Google Ads on the RudderStack dashboard is no rocket science. Once you successfully configure Google Ads, your specified customer events will automatically start flowing from Google Ads into RudderStack. This data can be then redirected to your favorite third-party destinations and also into your data warehouse.
By Adding Google Ads as a Source in the RudderStack Dashboard, you can:
- Import information on keywords performance, click performance, users bounced from Ads group, the performance of your Google Ads' placement, and more
- Schedule the data import sync from your Google AdWords account to RudderStack
- Import historical data if you have integrated Google Ads with RudderStack for the first time
How can we help you?
Google Ads displays your ad when customers are looking for a product or service that you offer. First, you need to select your goal, which could be getting more visitors or more phone calls to your business. Next, select the geographic area you want to target (the radius could broadly extend over different cities or countries). Finally, set up an ad with the monthly budget cap. Once the ad is approved, it appears to users in your target area as they search for similar products or services.
CPC (Cost Per Click) or PPC (Pay Per Click) means you pay for an ad only when someone clicks on it.