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How can I know how my text ads with KWI were shown?

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I am using KWI in my ads and I would like to see all version how my ads were shown.

Is that possible?

Thanks,

- Lukas
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Accepted by MosheTLV (Top Contributor)
September 2015

Re: How can I know how my text ads with KWI were shown?

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Hi Lukas, 

 

If I have understood you well, you are using Dynamic Keyword Insertion (DKI) with your ad copies and you want to see how your ads were actually shown to the users. If I am correct, unfortunately it's not possible at least at this moment. 

 

However, you can use Ad Preview tool to see how your ads are triggering. 

 

Thanks
Ratan Jha

 

 

Re: How can I know how my text ads with KWI were shown?

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yes DKI Smiley Happy and is there any way how could I simulate it by KW typed by visitor + other tools like excel?
Thanks
- Lukas

Re: How can I know how my text ads with KWI were shown?

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May I ask why are you interested to see all versions?
Moshe, AdWords Top Contributor , Twitter | Linkedin | Community Profile | Ad-Globe
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Re: How can I know how my text ads with KWI were shown?

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- Because of complexity of my language
- It is good to know how ads were shown (complacency)
- Based on best performing DKI create "static" text ads (banners)
- Lukas

Re: How can I know how my text ads with KWI were shown?

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Hmm.. I see
The only recommendation I can make is to use DKI only with exact match, so you could have an ad-copy which is tightly themed to the keyword, minimizing the chances of ad-copy which isn't logical or with grammatical errors

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