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Can I use same conversion code(tag)?

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Can I use same conversion code(tag) in different micro-website of same industry?

 

 

I have a client who have multiple micro-website and wants to run several campaign on these website, But my question is "Can I install same conversion code in these website's conversion code? ". All websites campaign are running into single account.

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Accepted by topic author Clal Lodh
November 2015

Re: Can I use same conversion code(tag)?

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Hi Clal,

Yes. If all the websites are in the same adwords account, there will be same conversion code for all.

Though you can create different remarketing list for different websites


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Thank Archit for reply,

 

I have one more move in this discussion. Could you brief me?

 

If I do same re-marketing list for different websites belong to same industry(Real Estate). If i would create new Re-marketing list, What is additional advantage?

Re: Can I use same conversion code(tag)?

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Suppose there are 3 websites A, B and C

if the remarketing list is same:

the remarketing ads from any domain(whether A,B or C) will be shown to the visitors of websites A, B and C. If you choose A then your remarketing ad will land to website
A, though the users were from website B or C.

If remarketing lists are different:

Domain A ads will be shown to visitors of website A only and similarly domain B users will see ads related to website B.

So its depends on you which strategy you want to opt.

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