Google Adds Multiple Addresses to Mobile Ads with Location Extensions
The feature is available on Google Maps for Mobile versions 4.4 and above on Android devices.
"Featuring your business location alongside your mobile ad is a powerful method to drive foot traffic and in store sales," says Google Mobile Ads Product Manager Surojit Chatterjee. "For instance, if a potential customer is looking for a wireless communications store like Sprint, an ad within GMM can display all Sprint locations near them. This not only delivers a relevant search experience, but also enables customers to visit the closest and most convenient Sprint store location.
When a user clicks a location, they’ll get more details about the business, like ad text, directions, click to call, and a link to the site.
As an advertiser, to use the feature, you must be a primary business owner and enable location extensions in Google Places. Campaigns must target iPhone and other "high-end" mobile devices with full mobile browsers. You’ll be charged when users click on the website URL or the phone icon.