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Questions about the remarketing

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Good afternoon, everyone. 


Our team was developing a product for SMBs, and I couldn't find how to set up the similar audience and action based audiences, which was required minimum for the product. Does anyone can tell me where and how I can create the similar audience and action based audience? 


Below pictures are the ones I am looking for in actual adword interface. 




Screen Shot 2017-06-22 at 12.29.35 PM.pngAction basedScreen Shot 2017-06-22 at 12.29.28 PM.pngSimilar audience

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Re: Questions about the remarketing

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Hi @Hyung L,


If you have done everything properly action based audiences as well as similar audiences will show up under Shared Library / Audiences / Remarketing List. The similar lists will be added by the system automatically.




Please refer to the above snip for reference. Note that going ahead as various lists accrue a reasonable membership you may want to associate them with particular ad campaigns in your account, as part of your targeting efforts.




Questions about the remarketing

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Hi Lakatos,


I had a question - how do you describe the list of "all converters"? What's the difference between "all converters" and "all visitors"?


Also, when I do create a remarketing campaign, am I not technically targeting whoever has visited my website, irrespective of whether they saw it through the Search Network or Google Network?




Questions about the remarketing

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