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Feature Request: IP Exclusion on Product Ads and Dynamic Search Ads

Rising Star

I would like to have the option to exclude by IP for my dynamic search and product/shopping campaigns. 

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Re: Feature Request: IP Exclusion on Product Ads and Dynamic Search Ad

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Hi there.
You can block IPs at your campaign level by following the instructions here:
https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2456098?hl=en

Re: Feature Request: IP Exclusion on Product Ads and Dynamic Search Ad

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Dave_Davis it is not possible to exclude IP in DSA campaigns. Just this option is not available for this kind of campaigns.

Re: Feature Request: IP Exclusion on Product Ads and Dynamic Search Ad

Rising Star
Advertise BG is correct. In the article that Dave linked, Google mentions that only the following campaign types can use IP exclusion.

"Search Network with Display Select - All features"
"Search & Display Networks - All features"
"Search Network only – All features"
"Display Network only – All features"
"Display Network only – Remarketing"

Notice that both dynamic search, shopping(new), and paid search ads(old) are missing.

Zach

Re: Feature Request: IP Exclusion on Product Ads and Dynamic Search Ad

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Is IP exclusion a planned feature for DSA, or is this being ignored?

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I would also like to see this feature available.

Re: Feature Request: IP Exclusion on Product Ads and Dynamic Search Ads

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