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How do you tell AdWords that your Ad is ready to release?

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So I have my Ad in place, but how do I make it start.  Seems like there should be a "post" command somewhere, like when you go to post this message, or when you publish an article.  I can't find it.  Help!

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Re: How do you tell AdWords that your Ad is ready to release?

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Welcome To Our Community,

 

As long as your campaign is enable & you have completed your billing details plus your ads is approved, your advertisement is good to go. No "post command" is needed.

 

If you would like to check if your ads is already showing, 

 

1. Click on Tools & Analysis

2. Select Ad Preview & Diagnosis

3. Enter one of your keywords

4.Select the right domain, language,location & search

5.Click on Preview

 

 

More Power,
Loraine

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Re: How do you tell AdWords that your Ad is ready to release?

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Welcome To Our Community,

 

As long as your campaign is enable & you have completed your billing details plus your ads is approved, your advertisement is good to go. No "post command" is needed.

 

If you would like to check if your ads is already showing, 

 

1. Click on Tools & Analysis

2. Select Ad Preview & Diagnosis

3. Enter one of your keywords

4.Select the right domain, language,location & search

5.Click on Preview

 

 

More Power,
Loraine

Re: How do you tell AdWords that your Ad is ready to release?

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Hi TheOrphanFounda,
If you are using the interface, the minute you save your ad, it will go in for approval automatically.
You need to 'post' stuff only if you are using the editor (which is an offline tool provided by AdWords. It helps in making bulk changes to the account)
It should take a maximum of about 3 hrs for you ads to be approved and start accruing impressions.

Hope this helps!
Cheers,
Shweta

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