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Is it possible to see impression/clicks graph by single keyword?

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Thanks in advance

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September 2015

Re: Is it possible to see impression/clicks graph by single keyword?

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Hi Taewoo,

 

I assume you're referring to the built in graphs in Adwords, not a reporting tool...if this is the case then yes I do believe you can accomplish this or quite close to it.

 

Drill down to the adgroup that contains the keyword your're looking at, click the keywords tab, create a filter by 'keyword text' (using 'is' and your keyword) and set your graph to compare the clicks and impressions.

 

Hope this helps!

 

-Tom

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Re: Is it possible to see impression/clicks graph by single keyword?

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Hi Taewoo,

 

I assume you're referring to the built in graphs in Adwords, not a reporting tool...if this is the case then yes I do believe you can accomplish this or quite close to it.

 

Drill down to the adgroup that contains the keyword your're looking at, click the keywords tab, create a filter by 'keyword text' (using 'is' and your keyword) and set your graph to compare the clicks and impressions.

 

Hope this helps!

 

-Tom

Tommy Sands, AdWords Top Contributor | Community Profile | Twitter | Philly Marketing Labs
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