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Question: Are custom parameters for remarketing code for AdWords

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Hi,

 

Are custom parameters for AdWords remarketing code different for every platform (Wordpress, ecommerce platforms like Volusion, BigCommerce, etc.)?  

 

Can anyone recommend the best string/discussion for finding the answer to this discussion, and suggestions for fleshing out the parameters for various ecommerce platforms?  Thank you.

 

 

 

 

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Re: Question: Are custom parameters for remarketing code for AdWords

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Hi Susan R,

 

Welcome to AdWords Community.

 

The Custom Parameters do not change based on different CMSs, but yes, their implementation methods do differ. The parameters remain the same, no matter what CMS you are using for your website. Even if you don't use a CMS, it remains the same. 

 

You can search the community/forum specific to that CMS to find the implementation methods. Almost, all of them have plugins/extensions to make implantation easier. 

 

Thanks

Ratan Jha


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Re: Question: Are custom parameters for remarketing code for AdWords

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Hi Susan R,

 

Welcome to AdWords Community.

 

The Custom Parameters do not change based on different CMSs, but yes, their implementation methods do differ. The parameters remain the same, no matter what CMS you are using for your website. Even if you don't use a CMS, it remains the same. 

 

You can search the community/forum specific to that CMS to find the implementation methods. Almost, all of them have plugins/extensions to make implantation easier. 

 

Thanks

Ratan Jha


About Me: Community Profile | Ratan Jha INC.
If this or any other post solved your question, do not hesitate to accept it as the solution.