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Keyword Exclusions - Across multiple campaigns

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I have about twenty keyword exclusions in one campaign that I would like to use in my other dozen campaigns.  I do NOT want to retype this words over and over.

How can I apply the words from one campaign across the others.

 

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Accepted by topic author bobbym880
March 2016

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Use the 'Shared Library' feature of adwords, which is on your far left side.
Add negative keyword lists from the Shared library link:
Click the Campaigns tab.
Click the Shared library link in the left navigation bar.
Click Campaign negative keywords.
Select the checkbox next to the negative keyword list you'd like to add to multiple campaigns.
https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2453983?hl=en

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Accepted by topic author bobbym880
March 2016

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Use the 'Shared Library' feature of adwords, which is on your far left side.
Add negative keyword lists from the Shared library link:
Click the Campaigns tab.
Click the Shared library link in the left navigation bar.
Click Campaign negative keywords.
Select the checkbox next to the negative keyword list you'd like to add to multiple campaigns.
https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2453983?hl=en

Re: Keyword Exclusions - Across multiple campaigns

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The other option is to use editor. You can very easily copy/paste your negatives into other campaigns.

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PERFECT solution. Thanks!