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is this destination url syntax correct for Ifmobile:

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http://{ifmobile:www.blahblahblah.com/mobile/offers}{ifnotmobile:www.blahblahblah.com/desk/offer}

 

 

I use Conversion Optimizer on Display campaigns and it is not splitting my mobile and desktop correctly.

 

I need this ifmobile syntax to work.

 

Adwords doesn't reject this destination URL but I need to be sure the syntax is correct.

 

When I paste it into a browser it doesn't work.

 

Thanks for your help.

 

- Brandon

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Re: is this destination url syntax correct for Ifmobile:

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Hi Brandon,

The destination URL appears correct. If you paste it into a browser, it's not going to work. The ifmobile and ifnotmobile are interpreted by the AdWords system, not by your browser.

What do you mean "it is not splitting my mobile and desktop correctly"? You're getting mobile traffic on your desktop site and desktop traffic on the mobile site?

Pete
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Re: is this destination url syntax correct for Ifmobile:

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Hi Brandon,

The destination URL appears correct. If you paste it into a browser, it's not going to work. The ifmobile and ifnotmobile are interpreted by the AdWords system, not by your browser.

What do you mean "it is not splitting my mobile and desktop correctly"? You're getting mobile traffic on your desktop site and desktop traffic on the mobile site?

Pete
petebardo -- Deadhead doing AdWords

Re: is this destination url syntax correct for Ifmobile:

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Hello Brandon K ! Welcome to the Community,

 

Yes your syntax is correct except in the destination URL you do not need to put the HTTP:// 

You can also read an example from the AdWords Blog here : link

 

So just use :

{ifmobile:www.blahblahblah.com/mobile/offers}{ifnotmobile:www.blahblahblah.com/desk/offer}

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Yes, desktop traffic is getting sent to a mobile landing page. I want to use this url structure as the solution.

This will solve that problem correct?