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Not enough data to show queries that triggered ads

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Hello, when i go to

all campaigns - keywords - details - search terms - all

if the period is referred to the current day the report does not show any result, the "error" message is:

Not enough data to show particular queries

i dont' have many clicks but quite a lot of impressions (>700) so why is adwords saying that there is not enough data?

Am i missing something or is this its default behaviour?

Thank you for your help

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Accepted by topic author Yari L
September 2015

Re: Not enough data to show queries that triggered ads

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Hi Yari,

Yes, this data is delayed and for the most part, will only show you data for actual clicks that your keywords generate. I think many of us would love impression data but we're just not privy to that yet (maybe we'll never get it).

What I've found is that you need to work from 2-3 days prior to "today" in order to get data. Try expanding your time frames and as each day progresses, you can add another day.

Good luck!

-Tommy
Tommy Sands, AdWords Top Contributor | Community Profile | Twitter | Philly Marketing Labs
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Re: Not enough data to show queries that triggered ads

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Thank you very much for your quick and detailed answer. I will surely take your suggestions into consideration.
Wish you a great day, best

Re: Not enough data to show queries that triggered ads

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I ma getting the same response "Not enough data to show particular queries." and I am am getting tons of clicks and have for the past month.