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Adding Call extensions

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Is there any short cut to add same call extension to 100 adgroups and different call extensions to another 100.

 

 

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Re: Adding Call extensions

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Hi Richa,

 

I don't think so that there is any short cut for bulk adding the call extensions. You will have to assign the extensions using regular account interface.

 

However, you might want to look at the Google Developers Code reference in terms of AdWords scripts and might find some assistance in regard to the call extensions accomplishment as per your requirement: https://developers.google.com/adwords/scripts/docs/features/ad-extensions

 

Pankaj

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Re: Adding Call extensions

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Hi Richa,

 

I don't think so that there is any short cut for bulk adding the call extensions. You will have to assign the extensions using regular account interface.

 

However, you might want to look at the Google Developers Code reference in terms of AdWords scripts and might find some assistance in regard to the call extensions accomplishment as per your requirement: https://developers.google.com/adwords/scripts/docs/features/ad-extensions

 

Pankaj

Re: Adding Call extensions

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Hi Richa,

I agree with pankal here, as there are no means of bulk editing call extensions. However, one thing that I would like to suggest/add here is that: instead of adding call extensions to 100 ad groups, why not just add them to the ad groups that have the most impressions or clicks.

In my experience, adding extensions to the ad groups with the most impressions or click (basically traffic) helps you understand the potential of the extension. Taking your learning from this setup you can look to expand to all or the next set of ad groups you wish to test them out with.

Let us know what you decide to do and your findings.

Cheers!

Shashank
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