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Average Position has often been used as the source of truth in evaluating where ads are showing or the level of competition for any given campaign, ad group, ad or keyword. While this has been useful over the years, Google Ads is going to sunset this metric and replace with new metrics that were created to give a clearer view of how prominent your ad is on search results.
On Monday Google announced that they will soon be rolling out an update to their call-only ads by allowing advertisers to use up-to two 30-character headlines. In addition to the ad headline, Google will be increasing the maximum character length of the description line from 80 to 90 characters.