1. What are Google Display Ads?

Unlike traditional Google search ads, Google display ads are ads shown to users across 2 million+ websites, videos, and applications that are a part of the Google Display Network (GDN), based on their previous online activity.

Google display ads rely on cookies and data from signed in users to keep track of the websites and searches they make. These cookies are signals that Google uses to help advertisers reach their target audiences.

Display ads are the visual banner ads you see on advertising-supported sites everywhere, like the highlighted ads above. According to Google, the Display Network reaches over 90% of global internet users expanding across 2 million sites! ... In contrast, think of the display network as a more passive form of advertising.

Lead Generation


Leads generated for banking domain


Leads generated for event ticket sales


Leads generated for Film ticket sales


Leads generated for Health & Fitness