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GOOOGLE ANALYTICS SYNC WITH KEYWORDS

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We have synced our google analytics account with the keywords account. But the values seen under the "Advertising" tab for Google Analytics - show values as "not set" could you assit.

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Hello icici b, 

 

Welcome to adwords community, 

You should link with your adwords account with analytics account. Once you will auto tag with your adwords and analytics account you can see your data in analytics also. For more information Go with this link. 

https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1033961?hl=en

 

Make sure that your adwords and your analytics account with same email id. 

 

 

Hope it helps you. 

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Hello ,

 

Just a small adition to SumanPPC's great advice . You can diagnose more causes for the "not set" message using this page

 

https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/2820717?hl=en

 

A common problem is when a search is done via a secure connection , suchs as the user beeing logged in Gmail and performing the search with the https protocol instead of http.

 

Another common issue is when you use a Display Network Campaign, explained here :

 

"

Matched Search Query

If (not set) is appearing in your AdWords > Matched Search Query reports, it is likely that everything in the AdWords section is (not set) as outlined in the above section. However, if the regular AdWords reports (Campaigns & Keywords) are reporting data correctly, then there are several additional reasons why (not set) could appear in the Matched Search Query report:

  • Display Network Traffic (this traffic does not have an associated query, so will show as (not set))"