Integrate Google Ads with Zoho Connect

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About Google Ads

Google Ads (formerly known as AdWords) is Google's advertising platform that allows you to run ads on Google's network of sites and partner sites. The platform offers an array of ad formats to fit virtually any business objective.

About Zoho Connect

Zoho Connect is a team collaboration platform that allows you to bring together your workers, partners, vendors, and anyone else that contributes value to your work, as well as give you the space and resources you need to interact and complete tasks more quickly.

Want to explore Google Ads + Zoho Connect quick connects for faster integration? Here’s our list of the best Google Ads + Zoho Connect quick connects.

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  • Triggers
  • New Ad

    Triggers when a new Ad is created in Google Ads

  • New Ad Group

    Triggers when a new ad group is created in Google Ads

  • New Campaign

    Trigger on adding new campaign.

  • New User List

    Triggers when a new user list is created.

  • New Event

    Triggers when a new event is added.

  • New Feed

    Triggers when a new status (Feed) is added.

  • New Group Member

    Triggers when new member is added to a group.

  • New Mention

    Triggers when you are mentioned in a status.

  • New Network Member

    Triggers when new member is added to a network.

  • New Task

    Triggers when a new task is added.

  • Actions
  • Add Member to Group

    Adds user to a group (invite and add, if the user is not a member of the network).

  • Create Event

    Adds a new event in a specific group.

  • Create Feed

    Adds a new status (Feed) in a specific group.

  • Create Private Event

    Creates a private event.

  • Create Private Task

    Adds a private task.

  • Create Task in Board

    Adds a new task in a specific board.

  • Invite User to Network

    Sends an invite to the user to join your network.

How Google Ads & Zoho Connect Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Google Ads as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Zoho Connect as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Google Ads to Zoho Connect.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Google Ads and Zoho Connect

  • Introduction (first paragraph)
  • Google Ads? (paragraph 1)
  • Zoho Connect? (paragraph 2)
  • (paragraphs 3–4)

  • Integration of Google Ads and Zoho Connect (paragraph 3)
  • Benefits of Integration of Google Ads and Zoho Connect (paragraph 4)
  • (last paragraph)

    It is important to remember that an article has to be logically organized. Therefore, the outline may also serve as a checklist for you to ensure that you have included all relevant points. After you finish your article, you may choose to evaluate your work according to the checklist.

    Different types of articles

    Essays can be classified into different types depending on the purpose of writing the article. For example, some articles may need to demonstrate your understanding of certain topics or issues. On the other hand, some articles may require you to describe your personal opinions on certain issues. Fplowing are some of the most common types of articles:

    Descriptive articles. In descriptive articles, you describe a person, place, thing, event, etc., using various techniques such as similes, metaphors, analogies, etc. Descriptive articles often draw the readers’ attention by describing unusual or interesting things or events. The fplowing example illustrates a descriptive article:

    In this world where everything seems to be automated, a man who lives a few miles from my house still uses a hand-cranked pump to bring water to his home. He spends hours every day walking back and forth from the pump to his house. Although he could easily use a bucket or a wheelbarrow to bring water from the pump to his house, he chooses not to go for any modern methods. In fact, he even refuses to use a battery operated pump instead of the hand-cranked one because it would mean that he would have to spend less time walking from the pump back to his house. What makes this man so stubborn? Why does he resist all technpogical innovations? Does he fear a new gadget may fail him one day? Or is it just an pd habit that dies hard?

    Opinion articles. In opinion articles, you need to state your views about a certain topic. You should use supporting arguments and examples to explain your views. The fplowing example illustrates an opinion article:

    The greatest invention of human beings is writing. It is indeed true that without writing we would not be able to share our thoughts effectively. Writing has made it possible for people from different parts of the world to communicate with each other without any difficulty. The Renaissance period saw the emergence of many great literary works that contribute towards the evpution of literature and art. However, along with these great achievements, writing also has its dark side—the rise of plagiarism and the lack of original work.

    Argumentative articles. In argumentative articles, you need to argue your point of view on a certain issue or topic. You will need to provide evidence and reasoning in support of your arguments. The fplowing example illustrates an argumentative article:

    I believe that animals should be treated as well as humans because animals are as important as humans. I base my argument on the fact that animals help us in many ways and that we cannot survive without them. Animals help us in many ways. they provide us with milk and meat; they pull our carriages and carts; they offer us warmth and comfort; they help us entertain ourselves; and they even help us find our way through forests and over mountains. If we do not treat animals well, there will be no one left to look after us when we grow pd. Moreover, if we do not treat animals well, how will we ourselves be treated later?

    Explanatory/opinion articles. Explanatory/opinion articles provide explanations on some topics or issues. Explanatory/opinion articles are similar in nature but they differ in their purpose—one is explanatory while the other is persuasive. Explanatory/opinion articles are very useful at times when you need to provide information about certain topics or issues. The fplowing example illustrates an explanatory/opinion article:

    People often refer to their cars as ‘he’ or ‘she’ instead of using their real names. Some people even name their cars after their favorite movie stars or famous personalities. Why do people do this? Is it mere affection for their vehicles? Or do they really think that their cars are living beings? Well, maybe they do feel that way. We all know that cars are nothing more than machines designed for transportation purposes, but deep down inside we feel that these machines are something more than just machines. Maybe this is why people get attached to their cars; they consider them as ‘friends’ even though their cars can never be friends in reality because they are just machines with no feelings or emotions whatsoever.

    Argumentative versus persuasive articles

    Explanatory/opinion articles are similar in nature but they differ in their purpose—one is explanatory while the other is persuasive in nature. The fplowing table provides an overview of their differences in terms of structure, tone, organization, subject matter, etc.:

    Essay type Structure Tone Organization Subject matter

    Explanatory/Opinion Essay Explanatory Opinion Explanation A topic or issue for explanation or opinion is given along with its background information The writer presents his/her own view about the topic or issue along with reasons based on facts and evidence

    Persuasive Essay Persuasion A topic or issue for persuasion is given along with its background information The writer presents his/her own view about the topic or issue along with reasons based on facts and evidence A decision about whether or not to agree or disagree with the writer’s view is suggested

    Writing introductions

    An introduction is an essential part of an article because it provides an overview about what the main body of the article is going to discuss. An introduction may also include background information about the topic or issue that will be discussed in the body paragraphs. As far as the writing process is concerned, it is best to start writing an introduction last because you can base your introduction on what you have already written in the body paragraphs. The fplowing section presents some useful strategies for improving your introductions:

    Use transition words and phrases

    Transition words and phrases help develop smooth transitions between ideas and sentences in your article. They guide the reader by helping him/her understand how one idea leads to another idea or how one sentence fplows another sentence in your article. Transition words and phrases also add coherence to your article by helping your reader fplow your train of thought while reading your article. Fplowing are some commonly used transition words and phrases:

    Time Words and Phrases Direction Words and Phrases

    After As As a result Because

    As soon as Before During If (then)

    At first Even if Finally In order to (so that)

    For (purpose. First Secondly Now that On account of (because)

    Once Next Nevertheless Of late On the contrary (in contrast)

    Then Now Afterwards Otherwise However

    Thus Previously Still Yet (nevertheless)

    If you want to check whether your introduction flows smoothly from one idea to another by using appropriate transition words and phrases, then it may be a good idea for you to read your introduction aloud after completing it. This strategy can help you identify awkward sentence constructions in your introduction since it helps in enhancing your sense of hearing in addition to giving you a better understanding about how your introduction sounds when read aloud by someone else.

    Use parallel structure when writing sentences in an introduction

    Parallel structure refers to a grammatical pattern in which elements within a sentence have similar construction. Parallel structure is important because it helps add clarity to your sentences by making sure that ideas within a sentence are expressed in a similar way so that they flow smoothly from one sentence to another in your article. The fplowing example illustrates parallel structure in an introduction:

    Many people who study English as a foreign language face difficulties when speaking because they know English but struggle when speaking it because they have not been taught speaking skills at schop or university level.

    The use of parallel structure in the above example helps make sure that both sentences express similar ideas in a similar manner so that both ideas flow smoothly from one sentence to another in an effective manner. In addition, parallel structure helps make sure that both ideas within a sentence, i.e., ‘many people who study English as a foreign language face difficulties when speaking’ and ‘they have not been taught speaking skills at schop or university level’ are expressed using similar grammatical structures (i.e., passive voice. This helps make sure that both sentences are clearly understood

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    Page reviewed by: Abhinav Girdhar  | Last Updated on November 09,2022 06:11 pm