- When you advertise with Google Ads, you'll link your online ads to your website.
- If you don't already have a website, you can create one for free.
- If you don't want to create a website, you can create a local page with Business Profile and advertise with Smart campaigns in Google Ads.
To advertise with Google Ads, you first need to have your own website. Your online ads will link to this site, and you can use it as an opportunity to let customers know more about your business.
1. Find a domain and create your website with Google Domains
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2. Create a free website
You can create a website for free using Business Profile or Google Sites. The customized site you create can be the landing page for your ads.
If you have a local business, create a page on Business Profile so you can appear on Google Search and Maps. Find out more about how to get started with Business Profile.
Smart campaigns allow you to advertise a local business on Google and Google Maps (including mobile devices). To get started, check the list of countries where Smart campaigns are currently available. With Smart campaigns, you’ll set up a monthly budget for your ad, and we'll determine what search phrases can trigger your ad based on the categories that you select. You'll only pay for the clicks that your ad actually receives.
Learn more about advertising with Smart campaigns.