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Create and edit price extensions

You can use AdWords Editor to create and edit price extensions. Price extensions can add more value to your Search Network text ads by giving you a bigger showcase for your services and range of products, and by linking people directly to what interests them on your site. 

Create price extension

Price extensions are managed in the Shared library. They must be created in the Shared library before they can be added to campaigns and ad groups. To create a new price extension, follow these steps:

  1. Click Shared library under the type list.
  2. Select Shared price extensions in the left panel.
  3. Click Add shared price extension, above the data view.
  4. Make sure the new extension is selected in the data view and add the extension information in the edit panel. 

Add a price extension to a campaign or ad group

  1. In the account tree, select the campaign or ad group where you want to add the extension.
  2. In the type list, select Ad extensions and then Price extensions.
  3. Above the data view, click Add price extension and select Campaign price extension or Ad group price extension from the drop-down menu.
  4. Choose the extension you want to add from the list.
  5. Click OK.

Edit a price extension

Price extensions are managed in the Shared library, which means that changing the extension will update all campaigns and ad groups where that extension has been added. To edit a price extension, follow these steps:

  1. Click Shared library under the type list.
  2. Select Shared price extensions in the left panel.
  3. Select an extension in the data view.
  4. Edit the extension’s information in the edit panel.
Note
All account-level shared items are shown in the Shared library even if only some campaigns are downloaded. Shared price extensions won't show associations for campaigns that haven't been downloaded. Before removing price extensions from the Shared price extensions view, be sure to check that they aren’t associated with any un-downloaded campaigns.

 

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