Technical Adwords newbie question about keyword in ad URL :)

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Hello there,

I'm new to the forum, I found it on some recommendation website.

I run a small design agency and I want to implement Google Adwords, I'm trying to learne everything so that I can get started.

I read that it's good to have the keyword you use in your URL of the ad. Now I'm making a use of just a simple 1-page landing page / website, so I don't have any other landing pages.

So let's say I want to rank for 'webdesign'.
So let's say my domain is: superdesign123amsterdam, would it be smart to make a superdesign123amsterdam.nl/webdesign and then redirect this url to superdesign123amsterdam.nl?
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    You don't actually have to do that. The easier way is to:

    When you create your text ad (for your search campaign) in your AdWords account, you can specify a keyword or 2 keywords within your ad's display URL / final URL, like his:

    (one keyword): URL/keyword1/

    (two keywords): URL/keyword1/keyword2
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