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ADWORD - Ad is active but not running..

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ADWORD - Ad is active but not running..
I ran an ad two days ago, ads were approved ..
The campaign is active and it does not show ads at all
What can i do? Why is not it working?
Has anyone encountered this?
Please help

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ADWORD - Ad is active but not running..

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Hello Ariel,

 

you said your campaign is active. What kind of campaign is that? Search? 

 

Ad group is also active? Do you have also active keywords there? Is your CPC high enough? Do you use any other targeting that might narrow it too much so ads won't start delivering?

 

Tomáš

 

 

Re: ADWORD - Ad is active but not running..

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This is Dynamic ads..
The campaign works, there is money in the account, 1 dollar per click ..
There is an ad group and there are dynamic ads active .. What could be the
reason?

ADWORD - Ad is active but not running..

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Dynamic ads like Dynamic Search Ads(DSA) or dynamic remarketing ads?

ADWORD - Ad is active but not running..

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Hi I am having the same issue with my dynamic remarketing ads.

 

ADWORD - Ad is active but not running..

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