While the boom in mobile searches has been getting agencies to make their websites mobile responsive, the transforming into trend of voice searches could make responsiveness a little less vital. If these searches are hands free, the searcher would possibly not have the time or interest in going to a website, and want to make a brief call instead. To make it simple for the searcher, you could use call extensions. This helps the searcher convert quicker and provides you their company. Below is an example of call extensions when looking for “tow truck” on a mobile device.
The searcher can click the Call button in red and it at once calls the advertiser. If you have the budget in 2017, both can work. I put forward doing this by working two separate campaigns, one on the search community, any other on the reveal community. Mixing the two campaigns can be a trouble to view metrics, and more importantly optimize. When you separate your campaigns, that you can see metrics side by side.
This will can help you make a higher decision on to which one to move forward on, and perhaps meaning moving ahead with both. Below is an instance of running a search and reveal campaign at the same time. As that you may see, it is simple to see high level metrics from the crusade view. You can then easily go deeper to ad groups and key phrases to optimize without needing to distinguish which can be from the hunt or display crusade.