Some advertisers see a beta feature in the Google Ads console called “automatically generated funds.” This feature allows Google to create titles, descriptions, and other resources using your content from your landing page, domain, and other ads. I don’t know how long this feature has been in beta, but some now see it shown.
Harrison J Hepp posted this on Twitter a few days ago and wrote “Wow, I first saw this option when setting up a campaign. Has anyone tried this before?” Harrison also shared this screenshot, which adds, “Google will provide you with automated tools to adjust your resources according to the relevance of your keywords.”
Google aid document says about this function:
Auto-generated resources are a campaign-level setting that helps you create additional resources that complement the resources you enter for your ads, using relevant creative content from your landing page, site, existing ads, and ad group keywords. This article helps you understand how auto-generated assets work and how to enable and disable auto-generated assets at the campaign level.
This help document provides more details on what you need to do first, the benefits of this feature, how it works, and much more, so take a look.
The answers to this are kind of funny:
Haha yeah I was hoping someone else tried it! The ads created by AI seem so far from good to me that I would be very reluctant to give it a try except to give me ideas.
– Harrison J Hepp (@HarrisonJHepp) May 20, 2022
Forum discussion on Twitter.
Note: This was pre-written and scheduled for publication today, I am is currently offline for Shavous.