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how do I change the language of my campaign?

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I want it to be only in english

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September 2015

Re: how do I change the language of my campaign?

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Hi kabbalaonline,

 

Your campaigns can be in any language. In the Settings tab for the campaign, select English as the target language. Your keywords and ads should (usually) be written in the target language, in this case, English.

 

Best of Luck!

 

Pete

 

petebardo -- Deadhead doing AdWords

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Re: how do I change the language of my campaign?

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Jello kabbalaonline;

In addition to the answers above, I understand from your question, that, currently, you are targeting English AND additional language, and you want to switch to English only; 

 

By doing so, you need to remember that Google determines the user's language, based on the user's browser settings, and set the primary language based on the Google domain- unless the user changes this.  (Each Google domain has a default primary language).

 

Thus; you need to think / consider the languages  spoken by your targeted users/ audiences.

 

For example:  let's say that I speak Russian, but using an English browser interface, (i.e. switched the primary language to be English) - if I did not also set Russian as an additional language (on the browser preferences) - I would not get to see ads in Russian. (This rule has some exceptions, that I do not want to get into, not to complicate further. See link below for additional reading).

 

-Moshe 

 

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Accepted by MosheTLV (Top Contributor)
September 2015

Re: how do I change the language of my campaign?

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Hi kabbalaonline,

 

Your campaigns can be in any language. In the Settings tab for the campaign, select English as the target language. Your keywords and ads should (usually) be written in the target language, in this case, English.

 

Best of Luck!

 

Pete

 

petebardo -- Deadhead doing AdWords

Re: how do I change the language of my campaign?

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Go the the Campaign Settings tab and select the language(s) shown under the Language column. You can change your advertising language there.


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Re: how do I change the language of my campaign?

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I don't know why I don't see this - only networks, devices and locations?

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September 2015

Re: how do I change the language of my campaign?

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Jello kabbalaonline;

In addition to the answers above, I understand from your question, that, currently, you are targeting English AND additional language, and you want to switch to English only; 

 

By doing so, you need to remember that Google determines the user's language, based on the user's browser settings, and set the primary language based on the Google domain- unless the user changes this.  (Each Google domain has a default primary language).

 

Thus; you need to think / consider the languages  spoken by your targeted users/ audiences.

 

For example:  let's say that I speak Russian, but using an English browser interface, (i.e. switched the primary language to be English) - if I did not also set Russian as an additional language (on the browser preferences) - I would not get to see ads in Russian. (This rule has some exceptions, that I do not want to get into, not to complicate further. See link below for additional reading).

 

-Moshe 

 

Read more:

Adwords language targeting

 

Moshe, AdWords Top Contributor , Twitter | Linkedin | Community Profile | Ad-Globe
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