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Business Researching User Needs Finding Participants for Your Learning Activity Identifying keywords for your audience

Patrick Bell
Patrick Bell
Treehouse Teacher

Can't find Free Google AdWords, or the screen he is using in this video.

Can't find Free Google AdWords, or the screen he is using in this video.

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
215,372 Points

Hi Patrick, I don't often see questions from staff here!

But apparently AdWords are no more. Here's an excerpt from an article I found from last August:

Goodbye, AdWords. Hello Google Ads

Google has made the executive decision to consolidate its overwhelming abundance of ad products under three brand new umbrellas: Google Ads, Google Marketing Platform, and Google Ads Manager.

Obviously from our perspective, the most important piece of this announcement is the elimination of AdWords (the brand) and the creation of a new brand: Google Ads.

The new Google Ads can be found at ads.google.com.

Perhaps you know a way to fast-track getting an explanation added to the "Teacher's Notes"?