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East coast vs West Coast

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I'm on the west cost (actually, Phoenix time zone). My client is on the east coast. Within Adwords Scheduler for my client's account, in the right bottom portion of the Scheduler, it says "America/Phoenix."

 

Does that mean that the times I'm setting are in MST, as my Adwords Manager account is set with that location?

 

I want to run my ads on East coast time for my client, and although I have set his targeting to be 25 mile radius, I don't know if Adwords realizes to run his ads on East coast time, and not on MST time.

 

Would appreciate being pointed to an FAQ or something on this issue (couldn't easily find one).

 

Thanks!

 

Bob

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Hello DigitalKH,

 

Adwords show the ads as per your account time zone setting, if there are some hours difference in both location time zone then you need to set time manually for targeted location. Radius targeting is ok, your ads will show only in your targeting location.

Dinesh
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Hello DigitalKH,

 

Adwords show the ads as per your account time zone setting, if there are some hours difference in both location time zone then you need to set time manually for targeted location. Radius targeting is ok, your ads will show only in your targeting location.

Dinesh
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Many thanks Dinesh and Tom!