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I have entered a search using my adword title, yet my ad does not show, in fact, no ad does - why?

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Re: I have entered a search using my adword title, yet my ad does not show, in fact, no ad does - wh

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Hello Vivan, 

Welcome to adwords community, 

If I am wrong please confirm me,

Please try to use Google add preview tools to cheak wheather your add shows or not.

For more go with this link

http://support.google.com/adwords/answer/148778?hl=en& 

 

 

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Hi Vivian

The process you used to check your ads is not the perfect way.

To check your ads at first mind your keyword>go to the ad group where this keyword is inserted>go to ads > hover  your cursor over the buble icon of ad status (approved) 

You can now see keyword insertion option under ad tested with . Click on edit and write your desired keyword. Remember this keyword must be in your keyword list.

 

Now go to Tools and analysis> Ad preview and diagnosis > select your campaign's targeted location> write your keyword into the preview box> hit enter.

Check the preview page ,your ads will be shown filled with blue color.

 

Hope this helps you.

Re: I have entered a search using my adword title, yet my ad does not show, in fact, no ad does - wh

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Hi Vivian,

 

When no ads show for a particular keyword on which you have bid, that most often indicates that is a keyword that has been tried by other advertisers in the past with little or no success.

 

You can try to buck the odds by bidding higher, or you can do a bit more keyword research and try other keywords. Keep in mind the way that you would look for your own business is not necessarily the same as the way potential customers might look for you.

 

Best of Luck!

 

Pete

 

petebardo -- Deadhead doing AdWords