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Adwords IP exclusion at account level

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I'd like to exclude my office IP address and competitor's from all my accounts and campaigns. I've found the option at single campaign level, but i was wondering if it's possible to exclude IP at Account level or to quickly copy the exclusion settings on other campaigns

 

thanks in advance

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Hi Ken,

Unfortunately, it must be done at the campaign level.

Best,
Amy

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Hi Amy,

Do you know how to most efficiently exclude IP adresses on more than 10 accounts and 100s of campaigns?

BR
Frans

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Google, we've been waiting for this for years (there was a 2012 thread about it that was recently closed). There are a lot of other possible bulk and account level operations, it makes it really tough when you have hundreds of campaigns, office, competitor, and home IPs that you need to exclude. It hurts the CTR and you end up paying for clicks that won't convert because they are from your employees or competitors.

 

 

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