how to use dynamic search ads and dynamic landing pages to boost conversions
how to use dynamic search ads and dynamic landing pages to boost conversions
how to use dynamic search ads and dynamic landing pages to boost conversions

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Feb 17, 2024

Skyrocket Your Sales: What are Dynamic Search Ads and What Are The Pros and Cons?

ankur goyal

Ankur Goyal

4 mins to read


Before we dive into this blog, let's take a trip down memory lane!

Picture this: it's a sunny day, and the hot sun has got your face all sweaty and shiny. You're strolling around the neighbourhood, maybe trying to find a ball for your lazy dog. As you walk under the scorching sun, your throat starts feeling dry. Out of nowhere, you hear a kid's voice: "Hey, would you like some lemonade?" Of course, you say yes!

After downing a big glass, you crave some fruity ice cream. Out of the blue, while you are daydreaming about the ice cream, you hear the familiar jingle of an ice cream truck approaching. You rush over and buy your favorite ice cream.

After all the snacks, maybe you just decide to forget about the ball and head home, but guess what?

You suddenly find the ball and are over the moon about it. It's like everything you wanted just magically appeared!

That's pretty much how Dynamic Search Ads work for your customers!

What are Dynamic Search Ads?

Dynamic search ads are ads that can create themselves based on what people are looking for and what you have to offer on your website. 

For example, let's say you have a website selling different shoes. If someone searches for "red sneakers," dynamic search ads can automatically generate an ad that says "Buy Red Sneakers Online - Huge Selection and Great Prices" and link it to the page on your website that shows red sneakers. 

This way, you can show the right ad to the right person at the right time without having to write hundreds of ads for every type of shoe you sell.

Sometimes, even customers aren't sure exactly what they're looking for; sometimes, it's all about retail therapy. In such cases, a person might enter a keyword like "bright and attractive shoes." Imagine your company website already has a pair of shoes that fit this description. If you hadn't thought to include this keyword manually, you might have missed the chance to sell them.

But if you had used dynamic ads, any brightly colored shoe products on your website would automatically appear in Google search ads, perhaps with a title like "Fresh and Bright Summer Looks

You Need in Your Closet!" This way, people would be directed to your website's landing pages, which they might have overlooked if it simply stated "online shoe store," for example.

Pretty cool, huh? 

You can attract more customers by using special and fitting search words that match what's on your website. This helps you save time and energy because the system can make headlines and pages that suit what people are searching for. Plus, it makes your ads work better by getting more clicks, costing less per click, and having more people actually buy something from your ads.

Pairing dynamic search ads with dynamic landing pages adds an extra boost to your efforts! It makes your tasks much easier. With automated personalized landing pages, you only need one foundational page, which adjusts dynamically based on each advertisement and user. This leads to higher user satisfaction and increased conversion rates. Additionally, you can uncover new keywords to improve your ads further!

Dynamic landing pages are websites that change their content based on user input, such as device, location, search query, or browsing history. They are used to provide each visitor with a more relevant and personalized experience. 

Dynamic landing pages offer several benefits: 

-they have the potential to elevate the quality score of your ads while reducing the cost-per-click; 

-they enhance conversion rates and customer engagement by presenting tailored content, offers, and recommendations; and 

-they facilitate the discovery of new keywords and campaign optimization through insights gleaned from dynamic landing page reports.

What Are the Benefits of Using DSA?

Dynamic Search Ads (DSA) offer numerous advantages for expanding your customer reach and boosting sales:

  1. Broadening your Reach: Dynamic Search Ads (DSA) are skilled at identifying and reaching relevant searches that your traditional keyword-based campaigns might not capture. For example, if you run a furniture store, DSA can display your ads to users searching for specific furniture types, styles, materials, or sizes available on your website. By using DSAs, you can potentially increase your click-through rates, lower your cost-per-clicks, and improve your conversion rates compared to standard search campaigns.


  1. Enhancing Relevance: DSA stands out in ensuring that your ads match both the user's intent and the content of your landing pages. For instance, if a user searches for "smartphone accessories," DSA can create an ad such as "Shop Top-Quality Smartphone Accessories - Wide Range and Affordable Prices," directing them straight to the page on your website showcasing various smartphone add-ons.


  1. Streamlining your Efforts: Dynamic Search Ads (DSA) streamline and automate the process of creating and overseeing your ads, freeing up your precious time and energy. No longer do you need to spend hours crafting numerous ads or keywords for every product or service. With DSA, simply provide a headline and a description and let the system handle the rest. For example, instead of manually creating separate ads for each new smartphone model, you can input a generic headline and description, and DSA will automatically tailor the ad content to match the specific products available on your website.

Are There Any Downsides to DSA? 

Just like a coin has two sides, Dynamic Search Ads (DSA) also have some limitations. These are: 

  1. Less Say: DSA doesn't let you call all the shots on which keywords get your ads out there and exactly what those ads say. Let's say you sell video games. With DSA, your ads might pop up for searches about pet care because of some weird connection it made to the word "console." That's not what you want, and it's just throwing your money away.

  2. Risk of Off-Target Ads: Sometimes, DSA can match your ads to searches that have nothing to do with what you're selling, wasting your ad budget. Imagine you're running a bakery. DSA might end up showing your ads to people searching for car parts just because there's a word like "crank" on your bakery's website. That's not going to help you sell cakes!

  1. Tricky to Get Right: It's tough to tweak DSA campaigns perfectly because you can't fine-tune the keywords and have full control over how the ads look. Let's say you're promoting a photography business. With DSA, your ads might show up for searches about fishing gear because of some odd connection it made to the word "lens." That's not going to attract the right customers to your photography services.



WAIT! Don’t give up on Dynamic Search Ads because, remember, any advertisement is better than no advertisement. Instead of focusing on DSA's shortcomings, take advantage of them as opportunities to improve outcomes. Such as:

  • Accept the loss of control by taking advantage of the increased flexibility and audience reach it provides.

  • Refine targeting strategies and improve website content to turn possible mismatches into opportunities.

In the end, when you consider both the advantages and disadvantages, the overall benefits of Dynamic search ads outweigh any drawbacks. With DSA, you don’t need to write hundreds of ads or keywords for every product or service you offer. You just need to provide a headline and a description, and DSA will do the rest. While this might sound impressive, it can also seem intimidating. 

Worry not! Thanks to advancements in technology, such as powerful AI landing page personalization platforms like Fibr, you can simplify the process without the headache of never-ending code.

Don’t worry about how the trick works or where the lovely assistant disappeared. Just have fun with the magic! 

Book a demo with Fibr and start utilizing dynamic ads for boosted conversions rate today!

ankur goyal

Ankur Goyal

Ankur Goyal, a visionary entrepreneur, is the driving force behind Fibr, a groundbreaking AI co-pilot for websites. With a dual degree from Stanford University and IIT Delhi, Ankur brings a unique blend of technical prowess and business acumen to the table. This isn't his first rodeo; Ankur is a seasoned entrepreneur with a keen understanding of consumer behavior, web dynamics, and AI. Through Fibr, he aims to revolutionize the way websites engage with users, making digital interactions smarter and more intuitive.