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If I do a managed placement on a lets say, www.example.com.  That includes not only the homepage but all the pages/articles on that site right?

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Hi Kevinmhealy,

 

Yes, thats right. If you wanted to target specific pages you can add the full URL of the pages you want to target.

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Hi Kevinmhealy,

 

Yes, thats right. If you wanted to target specific pages you can add the full URL of the pages you want to target.

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Great, thanks.

Re: Managed Placements - where can ad appear on a specific site?

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Hello kevinmhealy;

 

On each site, in managed placements (on the display network), your ad can appear on a slot allocated by the site owner.

Usually, for big sites, Google lists the internal / specific pages (by topics ): so, you can decide if you want your ad to be eligible to appear on all available pages, or just on those you choose.

 

-Moshe

 

[edit]: purefuzz was faster....

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Hi Kevin,

 

I have found if i'm using Managed placements & choose for eg www.ebay.com.au, Google will automatically place ads on relevant pages for my products. It also comes down to the publisher & where they have chosen to put adsense ads on there website too. You may find that you cant advertise on the home page but relevant product categories within that  website.

 

I use Googles placement tool, which you can find under  Tools & analysis in your adwords account. This tool allows you to find managed placements.

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Hi Purefuzz,
i ve been trying to add
http://www.indiatimes.com/news/
but that option does not get listed therefore i can't add

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Hi Pradeep,

 

You can add the

www.indiatimes.com/news/

Here you can follow the process to add the placement

 

Go to the Display Network Tab.

Click on the Green Button "+Change Display Targeting".

 

Then Select you ad Groups(if you already selected the Ad Group there is no need to do)

 

Then Click "Add multiple placements at once" button.

 

Placement.png

 

Then a box will appear, where you can add your placement www.indiatimes.com/news/

and save it.

 

Now i hope, you are able to add your placement in your campaigns.

 

 

 

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Thanks Rakesh. Will google indicate whether a page is a part of the network?

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Hi Pradeep,

You can use the Double Click Adplanner to find whether a site is compatible with GDN network

https://www.google.com/adplanner/#siteSearch

so use this try to find the GDN sites.

hope this will help you
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Thanks Rakesh