The Ads Community exists to help advertisers like you improve performance and share best practices. If you haven’t visited the Ads Community in a while, you might be surprised by what you find. Over the last six months, we’ve made a number of exciting changes. From a new design to expanded content areas, the Google Advertiser Community continues to evolve and help you connect with our experts and improve your performance.
Ask an Expert
One of the most valuable resources you’ll find on the Community is the experts who frequent the forum on a daily (or even hourly) basis. These experts, part of Google’s Top Contributor program, have years of professional experience with Ads and a passion for helping fellow Community members succeed.
Most of our Top Contributors have an area of expertise. If you ask a question on the Ads Community about account automation, you will probably meet Jon Gritton. Jon hails from the UK and runs his own Ads agency. He is also one of our most tenured Ads Top Contributors (he’s been answering questions on the forum since 2006!) and our resident Ads Scripts expert. He has solved well over 800 questions in his time on the Ads Community.
An Improved Look and Feel
We also wanted to improve the look and feel of the Community.
- Using Material Design, the Community now offers the same modern and intuitive experience that’s at the core of our favorite Google apps like Maps, Search, and Gmail.
- Managing your advertising isn’t something you only do at your desk, which is why we’re re-designing Ads for marketing in a mobile-first world. The redesigned Community is also responsive and mobile-friendly—perfect for browsing and resolving questions on the go.
Go Beyond Ads
Finally, we know that Ads isn’t the only way to promote your business with Google. You can get information about other important Google products on the Community: Google Analytics, Google My Business, Google Partners and Google Small Business.
Anyone can join the Advertiser Community, post questions and find answers. Visit today to connect with other advertisers.
Source: Official Google Webmasters Blog