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How to track a campaign's hourly average position per device

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Hi there, I have been trying to track my campaigns average position in mobile on a hourly basis. Can anyone please help me out accessing that information?

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How to track a campaign's hourly average position per device

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Hi,

 

In AdWords, go to the "Campaigns" tab and add all the columns that you want included, like average position. Then click the Download button and in the "Download and schedule report" add two segments: Time > Hour of day AND Device. The resulting report should provide you what you are looking for. More automated ways exist as well.

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How to track a campaign's hourly average position per device

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Hi Jim, thanks a lot for your reply. I was wondering if there is a way to see it on Adwords interface through settings, without scheduling or downloading a report. 

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Re: How to track a campaign's hourly average position per device

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No, not within the Campaigns section of AdWords because it requires multiple segments. However, you can create a report (more info here) which is accessible within the interface. Here is a sample one that I created that should match your requirements:

 

 

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This is really helpful, thank you very much Jim!