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Upload images through Adwords Editor CSV import

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Hi,

 

I just uploaded image ads to my GDN campaign through adwords editor.  I then exported the campaign so that I could add my custom destination urls to each ad.  I imported that CSV back to Adwords editor and it ended up uploading a second version of each ad without the actual image, but with the destination url.  So basically I have the original ad with an image and no destination url and a copy of that ad with no image but including the new destination url that I created.  How can I adjust the destination URL of the original ad 

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Re: Upload images through Adwords Editor CSV import

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In the menu, next to Export to CSV, there's a command to export to CSV with images. Use that - it would produce a ZIP file. Unpack that ZIP file - it contains a CSV file, and all the images it references, in a subdirectory named "images". Edit the CSV file to taste, while preserving references to image files in Image column. Import the edited CSV.

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Re: Upload images through Adwords Editor CSV import

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In the menu, next to Export to CSV, there's a command to export to CSV with images. Use that - it would produce a ZIP file. Unpack that ZIP file - it contains a CSV file, and all the images it references, in a subdirectory named "images". Edit the CSV file to taste, while preserving references to image files in Image column. Import the edited CSV.