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Setting a tracking template for a campaign in Adwords Editor

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Hello there, newbie user here. I would like to know if

 

1. I can set up a tracking template once for a campaign that consists of several URLs?

2. Can the above then be automated by scripting in the editor?

 

Thanks

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Setting a tracking template for a campaign in Adwords Editor

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Hi Sharriff, you can setup a tracking template at the campaign level in Editor, and this can use custom parameters to change the final URL based on context, but I don't believe it can consist of arbitrary multiple URLs. And no, this cannot be scripted in Editor. If you have not used Editor before, see here for help on navigating the UI. Once your campaign is selected in the Tree view and/or Data view, make sure "Campaigns" is selected in the Type list and then select the "URL options" tab.

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Setting a tracking template for a campaign in Adwords Editor

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Hi Sharriff, you can setup a tracking template at the campaign level in Editor, and this can use custom parameters to change the final URL based on context, but I don't believe it can consist of arbitrary multiple URLs. And no, this cannot be scripted in Editor. If you have not used Editor before, see here for help on navigating the UI. Once your campaign is selected in the Tree view and/or Data view, make sure "Campaigns" is selected in the Type list and then select the "URL options" tab.

Setting a tracking template for a campaign in Adwords Editor

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Thanks Mike!