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Newbie - Conversion question

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Greetings all and thank you in advance for your help. 

 

I am setting up my first conversion campaign for tickets sales. We use a third-party sales site that has a different domain name than our main site which houses our landing page and "Final URL" in the search ad.

 

If I have our third-party admin load the conversion code on that site, will Adwords still be able to recognize the conversion and show up in reporting?

 

Example:

 

scottcenter.com is final URL

ticketmaster.com/scottcenter is conversion page

 

Thanks!

 

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February 2017

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Correct, AdWords would be able to recognize the conversion even if the tag is on a different domain. Generally the issue with this method is that the third-party rarely allows conversion codes to be loaded on their site. 

 

Hope that helps,

Jim Vaillancourt, AdWords Top Contributor, LinkedIn
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Correct, AdWords would be able to recognize the conversion even if the tag is on a different domain. Generally the issue with this method is that the third-party rarely allows conversion codes to be loaded on their site. 

 

Hope that helps,

Jim Vaillancourt, AdWords Top Contributor, LinkedIn
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Jim, 

 

Thanks so much for clarification. Helps so much. 

 

Thanks.