What is StoryLab.ai’s Google Ad Headline Generator?
StoryLab.ai is an online tool that generates content ideas for you.
Are you struggling to find the perfect Google Ad Headline for your next campaign? We got you covered!
Simply enter your company name (optionally), describe your product and hit the ‘Inspire me” button.
Our AI generator will give you inspirational examples to add to your list of potential Google Ad Headlines.
Run the tool as often as you need to create your perfect next campaign(s).
Why you should invest time in creating great Google Ad Headlines
When it comes to great Google Ads, it’s all about quality.
Quality is determined by the page you’re promoting, the keywords you’re targeting and using, and the engagement you receive.
Just like Blog Post Titles, Google Ad Headlines are one of the most important assets to capture the reader’s attention and entice them to click on your result.
Are you satisfied with the first Headline you create?
You should brainstorm multiple Google Ad Headlines and make a selection of the ones you want to test.
StoryLab.ai’s Google Ad Headline Generator is great at giving you multiple viewpoints to really get you inspired with different ways you could launch your next campaign(s).
Give it a try. The first few runs are on the house!
Write great Google Ad Headlines in half the time
There is nothing worst than staring at a blank piece of paper. StoryLab.ai’s Google Ad Headline Generator helps you to get new ideas and even complete copy with a click of a button.
Get inspired by how many different ways there are to describe your Google Ad Headlines. Next to generating new ideas and creating new copy, you can reword existing Google Ad Headlines with our paraphrase generator.
Our Marketing Copy Generators run on GPT-3. Trained, as the largest and qualitatively best Natural Language Processing model. Check out our resource hub and see how AI Marketing can help you reach your goals faster. The time to start using this new technology is now.
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How StoryLab.ai’s AI-Powered Google Ad Headline Generator works
Step 1. Select the Google Ad Headline Generator from our app page
At StoryLab.ai, we help content creators with creating various marketing copy. Varying from Blog Content, to Email copy, Social Media Captions, and more.
So first of all, make sure that you have selected the right generator.
Select our Google Ad Headline Generator from the left sidebar (see the image below).
Step 2. Describe your Google Ad and get great headline copy ideas
To generate the best and most relevant Google Ad Copy, you need to make sure you’ve described what your ad is about the best you can.
If you’re searching in Google for ‘The best Google Ads Tools to improve ROI’ and your input is just ‘Google ads’, chances are you won’t find what you’re looking for that easily.
The quality of your input determines the quality of your outputs.
Step 3. Choose a writing style
Optionally, choose what writing style our Google Ad Headline Writer should use to create your ad copy ideas.
After you’re done, you can go ahead and click the ‘inspire me’ button.
AI Google Ad Headline Generator Examples
All right. Let’s put it all together and run the AI Google Ad Headline Creator with an example. For this example we’re using the input:
“The best Google Ads Tools to improve ROI”
Here’s what the AI Tool wrote for us:
Here are the outputs we’ve received on the first run:
- Maximize Google ROI Easily;
- Unlock Better ROI with Google Ads;
- Supercharge Your Ads with Pro Tools;
- Maximize ROI Instantly;
- Boost ROI Now with Ad Tools;
Pretty nice, right? Beats staring at a blank screen. Especially knowing you need to create quite some variations for your ad headlines. This will get your creative juices flowing.
Step 4. Re-run, adjust inputs and add a human touch
I can now choose to:
- Re-run the AI Google Ad Headline Creator with the same inputs;
- Re-run the tool with slight changes to the inputs;
- Take the generated examples I like best, add my unique human touch to perfect it, and post it and run the Google ads.
Start with our AI-Powered Content Creation Platform
StoryLab.ai is more than just a Google Ad Headline Generator. It’s an AI-Powered Content Creation Platform that helps you create more and better marketing copy faster than ever before. Check out the quick video walkthrough below.
Google Ad Headline Generator and Content Creation Platform Pricing
Our pricing is set up as followed:
- Free – get 3 runs a month to try our tools out for free;
- Starter – $5 a month – 25 runs a month;
- Pro – $15 a month – 100 runs a month;
- Unlimited – $19 a month – unlimited runs a month;
You can also opt-in for the yearly membership and receive a 20% price reduction.
You can check out our full pricing here.
Google Ad Headline Best Practices
Your Google Ads headline is one of the most important elements of a successful ad campaign. There are several best practices to follow when writing headlines for Google Ads:
- Keep it short and sweet: The headline should be no more than 30 characters long, as this is the maximum number of characters that will be displayed on most devices.
- Use power words: Use words that will entice people to click on your ad, such as “buy,” “get,” “save,” or “limited time only.”
- Be specific: Use specific details to give people a sense of what your ad is about, such as a product or service name or a promotion.
- Use numbers and symbols: Numbers and symbols can help to grab attention, such as “50% off”.
- Test different headlines: Try different headlines and analyze the results to see which performs best.
- Use your headline to showcase your Unique Selling Point (USP): Highlight what makes your product or service stand out from the competition.
- Capitalization: Capitalize the first letter of Each word except conjunctions and prepositions
By following these best practices, you can create headlines that will grab people’s attention and encourage them to click on your ad.
Google Ad Best Practices
There are a lot of best practices you can follow to optimize your Google Ads. We won’t go over them here but we would like to highlight a couple of important aspects. Next to the Google Ad Headline Best Practices we covered previously in this article, we recommend thinking about the following three things:
- What are the keywords people are typing into Google that you want your ad to show up for?
- Do those keywords appear in the ad (headline and description)?
- Do these keywords appear on your landing page? You don’t want people to feel they landed in the wrong place and click the ‘back’ button.
We showcase this with a ‘red apple’ example. Check out the image below: