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Hello I have a travel site with quite a few city pages offering hotels in the area. I would like to know the possibility if adwords could be configured in a way that it captures the location searched by user, enters the same into my hotel search box and then displays the results even though i dont have that particular page published on my website.

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Accepted by MosheTLV (Top Contributor)
March 2017

hotel search option

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Hi @OlaChristians I,

 

>>> ... if adwords could be configured in a way that it captures the location searched by user ... <<<

 

Yup, positive. There seems to be a way for you by means of keywords targeting. Chances are a lot of savvy work input will be needed to that end. 

 

>>> ... enters the same into my hotel search box and then displays the results ... <<<

 

Negative, AdWords proper will not do that job. I think you will need an experienced web programmer and web data base specialist to that end. If everything is properly configured, you'll be able to mine the keyword that triggers the click from somewhere in your website database, let it go into the search box on your site and imitate a click on "Search!" whereupon your results will be displayed to the user immediately.

 

Best,

Lakatos

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Accepted by MosheTLV (Top Contributor)
March 2017

hotel search option

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Hi @OlaChristians I,

 

>>> ... if adwords could be configured in a way that it captures the location searched by user ... <<<

 

Yup, positive. There seems to be a way for you by means of keywords targeting. Chances are a lot of savvy work input will be needed to that end. 

 

>>> ... enters the same into my hotel search box and then displays the results ... <<<

 

Negative, AdWords proper will not do that job. I think you will need an experienced web programmer and web data base specialist to that end. If everything is properly configured, you'll be able to mine the keyword that triggers the click from somewhere in your website database, let it go into the search box on your site and imitate a click on "Search!" whereupon your results will be displayed to the user immediately.

 

Best,

Lakatos