Ads overview

Your Local Services ad helps you attract customers to your business. Your ad highlights the most important information for customers to choose your business: services offered, service area, hours and reviews.

How ads work

When you sign up for Local Services ads, we’ll ask you to provide your business information, such as your opening hours, service area and services offered. This information is used to generate your business profile.

Your ad will show a preview of your business profile. When users click on your ad, they’ll see your profile. You can edit this information at any time. Learn more

What’s in your ad

Example of how your ad might look

Your ad contains the following information:

Business name The name that you provided for your business.
Phone number A tracking number will be displayed. This allows you to see how many calls you received from your ad. Calls to this number will be forwarded to your business phone number.
Location Your business city may be displayed. This is either the address of your business, or the city where you live or work, based on what you entered during signup. In some cases, we may show the cities that you service instead.
Reviews Your reviews include reviews from Google My Business as well as reviews collected directly through Local Services ads. Your ad will show your average star rating.
Opening hours The hours that your business is open, based on what you entered.
Google Guarantee The Google Guarantee badge  shows customers that they can trust your business.
Photos You can upload photos to show customers your business and your work. These will show in your profile.
Business bio Showcase the important aspects of your business, such as whether you are locally owned or offer free estimates. Learn more.


The formatting of your ad may change from time to time. Google adjusts the Local Services ad format to help you attract more leads. Alternative formats may include more or less information.

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