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Campaign For Different Pages

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I am in cofusion i want some guide line.

I want to run campaign for three or more pages but when i start then a notify display of under review.

like

http://www.domain.com/page1

http://www.domain.com/page2

http://www.domain.com/page3

 

how can i set my campaign..??

plz help me

 

 

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Hi Awab,

 

That depends. The main consideration is probably budget. If you wish to set one budget for all three pages, create one campaign with 3 ad groups. If you wish to set separate budets for advertising each page, create a new campaign for each page.  Also consider if the 3 pages have different geo-targeting, you will also need to create a campaign for each of them.

 

Whenever you create a new ad, it goes under review. It doesn't matter if it's the first ad in the ad group or the 30th. Usually, reviews are completed fairly quickly. Sometimes, ads are flagged for manual review, which can take a bit longer.

 

Best of Luck!

 

Pete

 

petebardo -- Deadhead doing AdWords

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Hi Awab,

 

If I'm understanding you correctly, you are stating that you are seeing a notification that your account is under review?  If this is the case, you may need to wait for the review to complete before proceeding.

 

I would also suggest that you contact support (if you are logged in, you can use the button on the top right of this page) to see if you are indeed under review.

 

Once you clear up your review status, you can simply create 3 separate ad groups that are specific to your 3 landing pages.  The keywords should be specific to these varying pages.  You then simply use each landing page in the ads for that specific ad group.

 

ad group 1

keywords related to landing page 1

ads in ad group 1 use only landing page 1

 

 

ad group 2

keywords related to landing page 2

ads in ad group 2 use only landing page 2

 

 

ad group 3

keywords related to landing page 3

ads in ad group 3 use only landing page 3

 

Hope this helps!

 

-Tom

Tommy Sands, AdWords Top Contributor | Community Profile | Twitter | Philly Marketing Labs
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my acount is OK..

i am just asking that for all pages of same domain i should create new campaign or should add in to new add group of first campaign.

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Hi Awab,

 

That depends. The main consideration is probably budget. If you wish to set one budget for all three pages, create one campaign with 3 ad groups. If you wish to set separate budets for advertising each page, create a new campaign for each page.  Also consider if the 3 pages have different geo-targeting, you will also need to create a campaign for each of them.

 

Whenever you create a new ad, it goes under review. It doesn't matter if it's the first ad in the ad group or the 30th. Usually, reviews are completed fairly quickly. Sometimes, ads are flagged for manual review, which can take a bit longer.

 

Best of Luck!

 

Pete

 

petebardo -- Deadhead doing AdWords