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Keyword triggering other ads in other campaign

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Dear All

 

I have 3 campaign.

In campaign A, I have keyword "ipsum"

I use keyword "lorem ipsum" in another campaign (campaign B) and it tell me that "This keyword is triggering other ads with a similar keyword: "ipsum""

 

So the keyword in campaign B does not run.
What can I do? I do not want to delete/pause keyword in camapaign A

 

Thanks

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Accepted by topic author Nika G
September 2015

Re: Keyword triggering other ads in other campaign

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Hi Nika, or, alternatively, you could add "lorem ipsum" as a Phrase or Exact match negative to the Campaign/Ad Group in which your Keyword ipsum runs.

 

Both this and Aleks' reply would work, which one you choose will depend upon how you want the ipsum Keyword to match.  If you want it be a broad match, but only exclude the specific phrase "lorem ipsum" then you'll need to use an Exact match negative, if you want to exclude any search including the phrase "lorem ipsum" you'll need to use a Phrase negative.

 

Jon

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Hi Nika

You could make the keyword "ipsum" in campaign A match type "exact only". The keyword "lorem ipsum" in campaign B could be "phrase match" and/or "exact match" and/or "broad match" (recommended with the + modifier).

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Aleks

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September 2015

Re: Keyword triggering other ads in other campaign

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Hi Nika, or, alternatively, you could add "lorem ipsum" as a Phrase or Exact match negative to the Campaign/Ad Group in which your Keyword ipsum runs.

 

Both this and Aleks' reply would work, which one you choose will depend upon how you want the ipsum Keyword to match.  If you want it be a broad match, but only exclude the specific phrase "lorem ipsum" then you'll need to use an Exact match negative, if you want to exclude any search including the phrase "lorem ipsum" you'll need to use a Phrase negative.

 

Jon

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Re: Keyword triggering other ads in other campaign

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Alev, Cobnut

Thanks for the answers.
Cobnut yes, you are right, I want "ipsum" (phrase match) to work in Campaign A, and "lorem ipsim" (phrase match) work in Campaign B.
So I will add "lorem ipsum" (phrase match) in Campaign A to negative keywords.
Hope it will work, I have added as negative keywords but did not change the status of "lorem ipsum" ad. Still not showing. I think it needs time.

Thanks

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It worksSmiley Happy