Google Google Ads Editor confirms a bug with image upload.

Google has confirmed a bug with the latest version of Google Ads Editor. The problem seems to be the process of uploading a large number of image ads. Google is aware of the problem and says the team is working to resolve it.

affirm. Ginny Marvin, Google Advertising Contact responded on Twitter. Is saying “The team is aware of a recent issue that could affect image ad uploads in the editor and is working to resolve it. Changing the version will not help in this case. I have gone through this. And if I learn something new, I’ll tell you.

No work around. Google said that reverting to the old version of Google Ads Editor would not solve the problem. Google said it needed to address the issue. So be patient and be patient or if you really need to upload image ads, you can try to do so through web interface or maybe API.

Google Advertising Editor Google Ads Editor is a desktop program for Windows or Mac that makes managing your Google ads more efficient. Google Ads Editor is a free, downloadable application for managing your Google advertising campaigns. It allows you to download one or more accounts, make changes offline, then upload changes to Google ads. Google Ads Editor can help you save time and make a large number of changes easier.

But when things don’t work out, it can be frustrating.

Complaint Josh B’s complaint on Twitter is:

Here is Google’s answer:

So far, I don’t see any updates that have been fixed yet.

Why do we care If you’re having problems with Google Ads Editor ad image uploader, you’re not alone. Google is working on a solution, so if you can work on other areas of your Google advertising campaigns, you might want to avoid using it.


About the Author

Barry Schwartz is the Assistant Editor of Search Engine Land and a member of the programming team for SMX Events. He owns RustyBrick, a web consulting firm based in NY. He also runs the Search Engine Roundtable, a popular search blog on highly advanced SEM topics. Berry’s personal blog is called Cartoon Berry and can be followed on Twitter.

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