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Too many duplicate keywords

Yin
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Yin
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Hi,

 

I used Adwords Editor's "Find duplicate keywords" feature to find duplicates. It turned out I have so many duplicate keywords, that it takes forever to scroll down to see all. Most of them have the same CPC or quality score. It will be hell to pause each duplicate keyword. Is there any way to pause the duplicates in one go? 

 

Jane

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Re: Too many duplicate keywords

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Once you are in Duplicates mode, "Select duplicates by..." button appears in the toolbar. Use it to select keywords en masse (e.g. Select duplicates by > Order of appearance > all but first), then apply the desired action to selected keywords (e.g. change their status via the drop-down in the editing pane at the bottom).

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December 2015

Re: Too many duplicate keywords

Google Employee
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Google Employee
Once you are in Duplicates mode, "Select duplicates by..." button appears in the toolbar. Use it to select keywords en masse (e.g. Select duplicates by > Order of appearance > all but first), then apply the desired action to selected keywords (e.g. change their status via the drop-down in the editing pane at the bottom).