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Google Ads Tests Subtitle Or Headline Links

Google Ads is testing showing a hyperlinked subheadline or subtitle below the main headline or title of your Google Ads. PPC hubbub posted a screen shot of this on Twitter[1] and Ginny Marvin at Search Engine Land was able to replicate it[2].

I personally tried to replicate this but I cannot.

Here is the PPC hubbub screen shot:

Here is a screen cast of it in action:

Google testing new format for Headlines in top ad slots. Looks like Headline 1 is much larger than Headline 2. Doesn’t appear to be happening for lower ad slots outside of top 4 @rustybrick #ppcchat pic.twitter.com/WEncaF1vO5[3][4][5]

— PPC hubbub 💬 (@ppchubbub) July 30, 2020[6]

Here is Ginny’s screen shot:

Ginny only saw the second title link on the first ads, but PPC hubbub saw it on all of them.

I should note, the larger headline for the first listing[7] (either ad or organic) has been going on for a while. But this second hyperlink title is super interesting to me.

Forum discussion at Twitter[8].

References

  1. ^ Twitter (twitter.com)
  2. ^ replicate it (searchengineland.com)
  3. ^ @rustybrick (twitter.com)
  4. ^ #ppcchat (twitter.com)
  5. ^ pic.twitter.com/WEncaF1vO5 (t.co)
  6. ^ July 30, 2020 (twitter.com)
  7. ^ larger headline for the first listing (www.seroundtable.com)
  8. ^ Twitter (twitter.com)

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