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Does Google provides an AdWords test code to test functionality on a test site

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Building our new ecommerce site. Testing to see if the adwords works. I need to know if there is a test code for Adwords that I can use, instead of creating an  actual paid campaign

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Does Google provides an AdWords test code to test functionality on a test site

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There are several tools that you can use to verify that the code is properly installed;

One of the most popular ones is this one:

https://www.google.com/analytics/tag-manager/

 

 

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Does Google provides an AdWords test code to test functionality on a test site

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There are several tools that you can use to verify that the code is properly installed;

One of the most popular ones is this one:

https://www.google.com/analytics/tag-manager/

 

 

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Hi @Mahima K

 

The right approach would be to get an AdWords account first. If it's asking you to create a campaign and set up billing, get ahead to do that. Create a campaign with dummy data and once you are in the dashboard, simply pause it. 

 

Next, get the conversion and remarketing codes from the account, set them up on the site, and finally use Google Tag Assistant for Chrome browser to verify if the codes are firing properly. When everything is setup properly, you can create real campaigns and go live. 

 

PS. Tag Assistant will help you verify the implementation of all popular Google tracking codes - conversion, Analytics, Tag Manager implementations, Dynamic Remarketing, and much more. 

 

All the best!

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