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Keyword Planner is not showing on my ID

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Hello guys,

 

I want to run a campaign but i want to search the keywords before start any campaign but when i click or type the exact URL of the Keyword Planner, it's not opening but redirect me to the campaign creation. What is the problem or Google stop to access the keyword planner?

 

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Keyword Planner is not showing on my ID

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hi @Umer A,

 

To use the Keyword planner, you need to complete the account setup process with campaign creation and billing setup.

Though if you have not drafted any campaign yet, you can create a dummy campaign for now with minimum possible budget and pause or remove it later after completing the setup process.

 

Note: To use the keyword planner efficiently, you need to have an active campaign with minimum threshold spend(not disclosed by Google) else you will see the data in terms of ranges.


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Accepted by topic author Umer A
October

Keyword Planner is not showing on my ID

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hi @Umer A,

 

To use the Keyword planner, you need to complete the account setup process with campaign creation and billing setup.

Though if you have not drafted any campaign yet, you can create a dummy campaign for now with minimum possible budget and pause or remove it later after completing the setup process.

 

Note: To use the keyword planner efficiently, you need to have an active campaign with minimum threshold spend(not disclosed by Google) else you will see the data in terms of ranges.


Regards
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