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Multiple Campaign for Multiple Locations, Same Keywords

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I run a business which targets four separate areas, Dubai, Sunshine Coast, Sydney and Brisbane. They all have location settings "target in my area only". They all have a similar ads and a similar keyword in common. Any chance someone searching from Sunshine Coast and getting an Ad of Sydney (with Sydney phone no.)?

 

among all the same ads, the sydney location ad has most clicks and impressions.

 

Thanks in Advance

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January 2016

Re: Multiple Campaign for Multiple Locations, Same Keywords

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Hey Yousuf, how are things?

If the campaigns are targeting different locations and location settings equals to ""target in my area only" as your mentioned, the keywords will not compete and you're good to go.

If you're finding strange the volume regarding some locations, you'll need to evaluate the keywords used, if they have search volume for those locations and so on. The Keyword Planner is a great deal for that and can be found under "Tools" at the menu.

Don't forget to check if you're not restricting the keywords too much depending on the match type you're using.

Hope this helps.

Leandro Martinez | Basta1Click

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Re: Multiple Campaign for Multiple Locations, Same Keywords

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Hey Yousuf, how are things?

If the campaigns are targeting different locations and location settings equals to ""target in my area only" as your mentioned, the keywords will not compete and you're good to go.

If you're finding strange the volume regarding some locations, you'll need to evaluate the keywords used, if they have search volume for those locations and so on. The Keyword Planner is a great deal for that and can be found under "Tools" at the menu.

Don't forget to check if you're not restricting the keywords too much depending on the match type you're using.

Hope this helps.

Leandro Martinez | Basta1Click