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Is there a way to know on which keywords the ad was served?

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Hi,

 

The "Impression" column of the Ad Group tells me that my ad was served "327" times. Is there a way to know on which keywords my ad appeared on Google search network?

 

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September 2015

Re: Is there a way to know on which keywords the ad was served?

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Hi shailendra,

 

Welcome to the community.

 

Unfortunately you can't identify impressions that haven't resulted in a click. If you do want to identify which keywords have resulted in a click however you can navigate to the Keywords tab, click the Keyword details drop down menu and select All. Just remember to set your date range to something significant.


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Re: Is there a way to know on which keywords the ad was served?

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Hi,

To check on which keyword your ad was appeared you can follow the below mentioned steps :

1.Go to Campaigns tab, then click on Keywords
2.Here you will be able to see which keyword is running under which ad group and for which ad
Through this only you'll get the report and status for the keywords. And also you can customize the columns acc to ur requirement.

Thanks

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Thanks Scott!

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Your welcome Smiley Happy


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