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Auto Targets Costs

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Hi, I have recently added a few product listing ads to my existing campaigns which are working well. When I try to report the results in Analytics, it doesn't include any of these costs. I have spoken to Google regarding this and they said until they develop Analytics further I'll have to report the product listing ads seperately from AdWords. However, I am wondering if the costs on the auto targets tab in AdWords is also seperate from the keywords tab or if they are all inclusive?

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Re: Auto Targets Costs

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Dear HannahC,

 

Thank you for your post! To answer your question, the product listing ads will only run off of the bids you have set for your Auto Targets and not the keywords. Your ad texts will run off the keyword bids. 

 

Best,

 

Sherry127

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Hi HannahC,

 

Have are soem useful videos for you:

https://www.en.adwords-community.com/t5/Community-lounge-questions-ideas/Google-Shopping-and-SMBs-Wh...

 

I'll try to find out more about your questions. 

 

Best,

 

Zee
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Google Employee

Dear HannahC,

 

Thank you for your post! To answer your question, the product listing ads will only run off of the bids you have set for your Auto Targets and not the keywords. Your ad texts will run off the keyword bids. 

 

Best,

 

Sherry127