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AdWords Editor 11.1.2 How to add single (not shared) sitelink?

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I am trying to add a single sitelink to an AdGroup in Adwords Editor 11.1.2.

 

I select + Add Sitelink -> Ad Group Sitelink - the only thing that I see is the Shared Library of Sitelinks.

 

Do I have to create my sitelink in the shared library first everytime I want to add one?  My sitelink is AdGroup specific and will not be used for anything else again.

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Re: AdWords Editor 11.1.2 How to add single (not shared) sitelink?

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Yes, you need to create a sitelink under Shared sitelinks, then add it to this ad group. In AdWords, there is no such thing as a single, non-shared sitelink - all sitelinks are potentially shared. Of course, you may choose to use a sitelink only once.

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Re: AdWords Editor 11.1.2 How to add single (not shared) sitelink?

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Hi Lenny,

In the section "Ads and Extensions" on the bottom left, you should choose "sitelinks". When you click +Ad Sitelink -> Ad Group Sitelink, you should be able to choose the correct ad group and then the sitelink will only be placed in that ad group.

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Re: AdWords Editor 11.1.2 How to add single (not shared) sitelink?

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Yes, you need to create a sitelink under Shared sitelinks, then add it to this ad group. In AdWords, there is no such thing as a single, non-shared sitelink - all sitelinks are potentially shared. Of course, you may choose to use a sitelink only once.