Display URL: Definition
The webpage address that appears with your ad, typically shown in green text.
- Your display URL appears in your ad with a "www." prefix, in lowercase letters (even if you enter it with capitalized letters). If your URL begins with a subdomain, your display URL may include it (for example, the "support" in "support.google.com").
- Display URLs give people an idea of where they'll arrive after they click an ad. The landing page you define with a destination or final URL tends to be more specific. If your display URL is "www.example.com," for example, your destination or final URL might be "example.com/sweaters." The domain of your display URL (the "example.com" part, in this case) needs to match the domain of your destination or final URL.
- Google can only show up to 35 characters of your display URL (or 20 characters for WAP mobile ads). If your display URL is longer, a shortened version will be shown.