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Offline Tracking by setting a custom field

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Is there a way to track offline clicks by updating a custom field i have created following this article (https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/6325879?hl=en)

 

As i need to mark each click with its value "Offline", but the instructions above referring to adding the custom parameter to the tracking template, 

 

is that possible ?

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Offline Tracking by setting a custom field

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Can you clarify what you mean by "is this possible"?

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Thank you so much for your reply, Let me clarify that, 

What i have learnt is "Custom Parameter" is set once ad is clicked, AdWords will replace the name with the value defined in the custom parameter. (the operation done immediately)

Mainly, what i need is uploading some value to that field after applying some offline process, and afterwards importing this value to this specific click (e.g. Marking as processed offline)

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Offline Tracking by setting a custom field

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Hello again;

I don't think we are referring to the same issue.

No  custom parameter is set  once the ad is clicked.

To upload offline conversions,  follow the instructions in this link;

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/7012522?hl=en

 

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