About local conversion actions

Local conversion actions are counted whenever people complete an action that’s specific to an advertiser’s physical location (like a store), during or after interacting with an ad for that advertiser. Since local conversion actions happen on Google’s products and services (for example, Google Maps), local conversion actions are automatically defined by Google Ads. Local conversion action data is aggregated and anonymous.

If your account records conversions associated with these local actions, you’ll see them in the Conversion actions table, along with any other conversion actions you’ve defined. You can also view these in any of your Google Ads reports by segmenting the “All conversions” column by conversion action. By default, conversions associated with local conversion actions are not included in the “Conversions” column.

These are the 6 local actions:

  1. Clicks to call: Clicks on the “Call” button on any Google location-based ad or service after an ad interaction.
  2. Local actions - Directions: Clicks on the “Get directions” button on any Google location-based ad or service after an ad interaction.
  3. Local actions - Website visits: Clicks on the website link on any Google location-based ad or service after an ad interaction.
  4. Local actions - Other engagements: Clicks on other tracked user actions (for example: share location, save, etc.) on any Google location-based ad or service after an ad interaction.
  5. Local actions - Orders: (Vertical specific) Clicks on the “Order” button on any Google location-based ad or service after an ad interaction.
  6. Local actions - Menu views: (Vertical specific) Clicks on the menu link on any Google location-based ad or service after an ad interaction.

To see a report showing these local conversion actions detailed by location, visit the per store report

Related links

Was this article helpful?
How can we improve it?