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How to exclude audience in multiple campaigns

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Hi all, I was wondering how to exclude an audience (a Customer Match list) in multiple campaigns in one go. I how to exclude the audience from one campaign at the time, but would really like to exclude easily en quickly from all campaigns. I mainly use Adwords Editor. Very much appreciate it!

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Accepted by topic author Ramon d
June 2016

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Hi Ramon,

So in AdWords Editor, go to Keywords & Targeting > Audiences, Negative.

Copy from there, or the positive list, the Audience you want to add as a negative.

Then, in Make Multiple Changes, select all your campaigns and paste in the Audience.

Ali

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Accepted by topic author Ramon d
June 2016

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Hi Ramon,

So in AdWords Editor, go to Keywords & Targeting > Audiences, Negative.

Copy from there, or the positive list, the Audience you want to add as a negative.

Then, in Make Multiple Changes, select all your campaigns and paste in the Audience.

Ali

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Hi Ali,

Perfect! Thanks for making it easier for my clients to increase return on investment!

Ramon.