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Same Branding Keywords, Two Different Languages

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So, I am about to create some spanish campaigns. This is the first time we will be branching out to a 2nd language.

My question is, I want to do a 2nd branding campaign. Obviously our brand name will be the same in Spanish. The descriptions I will get translated, but the brand name keywords will be the same.

 

My English campaign is already set to only English. If I make a 2nd campaign and set it to only Spanish, they won't trigger each correct? Or not show because of similiar keywords?

 

I realize spanish ads will only show if user has their target browser set specifically to Spanish.

Just wanting to confirm that this won't affect my current English campaign.

 

Thanks!

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September 2015

Re: Same Branding Keywords, Two Different Languages

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Then the keywords could compete, for those users who set both Englsih and Spanish, as their preferred languages (in their browser settings).
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Are you targeting the same Geo location?
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Yes, would be targeting the same locations, just different language targeting.
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Then the keywords could compete, for those users who set both Englsih and Spanish, as their preferred languages (in their browser settings).
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