Add Gemini Carousel Ads

Updated 2 months ago by Aaron J Mitchell

Description Similarity

Gemini has a policy about the text for Carousel Ads where the text cannot be similar.
Ad Policy has begun rejecting ads where the same title is used across cards AND/OR if there are minimal differences between cards (i.e. punctuation, one word is the only change, or changed order). Titles are considered too similar when:

The titles are the same except for one or two words....example:
Biggest animals on the planet
Biggest animals on Earth
Largest animals on Earth

The titles contain the same words in different order....example:
Best restaurant in the world
The world’s best restaurant

The titles are the same except for punctuation....example:
2019 Canceled: Say Goodbye To Your Favorite Shows
2019 Canceled: Say Goodbye To Your Favorite Shows.
2019 Canceled: Say Goodbye To Your Favorite Shows!

Your carousel ads may be rejected by the network, and thus not added to your campaign, if Gemini's automated description review marks them as being too similar. If this is the case, you will need to add more carousel ads and should try modifying their descriptions.




Add Campaign

  1. When on the Content section during the Add Campaign process, there will be a checkbox to Add Carousel Images.

    After clicking this checkbox, the images for the carousel ads will be added in the next section, Gemini Settings.

  2. Select the amount of carousel ads to add.


  3. Upload the images for the carousel. Each carousel ad must have a minimum of 3 images and a maximum of 5 images.  

  4. Once the images have been uploaded, proceed to crop the images and add the ad text and ad description for each image.




Campaign Details

  1. Click the Add Carousel Images button from the side menu.

  2. Select the amount of carousel ads to add. 


  3. Upload the images for the carousel. Each carousel ad must have a minimum of 3 images and a maximum of 5 images.  

  4. Once the images have been uploaded, proceed to crop the images and add the ad text and ad description for each image.


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