BlueWinston Free Google Ad preview tool

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Try now for free how your ads will look through our tool.
Share your ads with colleagues and test your ad visuals before applying the changes for real.

Possibilities of using our free tool:

  • For agency outputs

  • For freelancers

  • Ad visual testing
Let us help you automate your product ads!

What can the BlueWinston free preview tool display?


The title is what searching people first notice on a text ad. A text ad consists of three headings.

Title 1 30 characters
Title 2 30 characters
Title 3 30 characters


The description includes details about the product or service and a unique selling argument (USP) that tells you why a customer should click on you. A text ad consists of two headings.

Description 1 90 characters
Description 2 90 characters


The URL presents the destination address of the site. The display URL may look different from the destination URL to be attractive to the user’s eye and tells you where the user will go on the web. The URL is made up of the domain and path that you can change.

Path 15 characters each


We use extensions in your ad to provide more information about your product or business. The more information you provide to your visitors, the more likely a user is to click on your ad.

5 tips to keep in mind when creating successful ads

1. Emphasize your USP (unique selling proposition)

Do you have fast product delivery? Let your potential customers know. With this information, you will become more competitive and so help users make purchasing decisions.

2. Include a CTA in your ads

Let people know what to do if they are interested in your product or service. Include your CTA in the ad to tell potential customers how to get your product. For example: register, buy now, call us, etc.

3. Optimize your landing page

Check where your ad links. If customers don’t find what they’re looking for, they’re more than likely to leave the site.

4. Test your ads effectivity

Feel free to experiment with multiple variations. Try creating multiple different ads and track their results. Change the text or words. Find which generates the most conversions from your ads.

5. Use the correct keywords

Try to use keywords with high search content. Think about how customers can search for your product, or you can use a keyword planner.