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AdWords Editor and downloading campaign information

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Hello,

 

I am moving my campaign to another account due to administrative reasons... is there a way to download the campaign data from the first campaign into the new one I will be starting?

 

Thanks,

Justin

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September 2015

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one question: Are you starting all together a new campaign? You can not save the stats from old campaign, if you have uploaded a new campaign at a different account. Campaign will start as a Fresh.

 

May be you want to link your accounts, check this link once.

 

Thanks,

Neha

 

 

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September 2015

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No, you cannot get the previous stats in this case.

 

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Hello,

 

Go to FILE tab & either select Export Backup Aea or Export spreadsheet Csv.

 

Thanks,

Neha gupta

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Once I have the spread sheet, how do I export it into AdWords? Or is there an option to do this automatically? I alreay have the campaign set up for both accounts... I just want the click throughs to be shown on the new account. When I (rather, my coworker) uploaded the campaign onto the new account, only the adgroups and adwords were saved, but it shows as if 0 clicks happened. Is is possible to save the clicks?

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September 2015

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one question: Are you starting all together a new campaign? You can not save the stats from old campaign, if you have uploaded a new campaign at a different account. Campaign will start as a Fresh.

 

May be you want to link your accounts, check this link once.

 

Thanks,

Neha

 

 

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Yes, it is a new campaign... but it was essentially a "Copy and Paste." Using AdWords Editor, we "Uploaded" the campaign from Account 1 to Account 2... now we have the same exact keyword bids and what not, but we were wondering if we could get the Click Throughs and impressions transferred over for data anlysis purposes.

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September 2015

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No, you cannot get the previous stats in this case.

 

Thanks

Neha Gupta, AdWordsTop Contributor Follow Me: My Blog | Twitter | Google+ | LinkedIn
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