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AdWords - Eligible Managed Placements

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Is there a method to check which managed placements are 'eligible' for display prior to launching a campaign and monitoring impressions? I have a large list of domains that we'd like to advertise on but know that many will not be part of the network. I'd like to gain that knowledge before running campaigns, as the volumes of eligible domains in different verticals will influence campaign strategy.

 

 

Any help appreciated. Thanks!

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AdWords - Eligible Managed Placements

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Not sure I understand the question. All sites part of the GDN are eligibel., If you would like to advertise on a specific site use  managed placements targeting.

Read more:

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2470108

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I'm asking whether I can cross reference a list of domains against sites
part of the GDN for eligibility prior to launching a campaign.
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Hmm.... Not is bulk. Try the display planner

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Ok thanks for the info. I think we may instead put all domains in a campaign, turn it on and then monitor the impressions coming in after a few days.