The Google Ads API enables users to manage Google Ads accounts, campaigns, and ads via gRPC API. Ad types supported with the API include text, shopping, dynamic search, gmail, image, responsive search and more. The API includes methods for keywords, billing, targeting, batch processing, dynamic remarketing, concepts, recommendations, reporting and more.
For the Beta v3_0 release of the Google Ads API, changes include additions for returning data GoogleAdServices via streaming, updated payment options for hotels, added support for moving a client customer to a new manager customer.
Google Ads can appear on the Google Search Network (search result pages, Google Maps, Google Shopping and some partner sites( or Google Display network (YouTube, Blogger, and Gmail + partner sites).
The Google Ads API will be replacing the Google Adwords API and is currently in a Beta status.
Google has announced the release of V11 of the company’s Ads API. This latest version of the Google Ads API includes support for smart campaigns, manual CPA, and improved visibility for asset sourcing. Additionally, Google added increased support for viewing metrics in Reach Forecast.
Google has announced the release of the v10 Google Ad API, and along with this announcement comes a stern reminder that developers need to migrate away from the legacy AdWords API immediately. Support for the legacy API will end on Apr 22, 2022.
Google is urging AdWords API users to migrate over to the Google Ads API as soon as possible. While support for the AdWords API continues through at least April 2022, Google is busy highlighting the value of the newer API.
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