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Exclude certain links from dynamic ad target

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Re: Exclude certain links from dynamic ad target

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Hi There, 

 

Welcome to AdWords Community.

 

If you mean Dynamic Search Ads, you can exclude pages based on URL, Page Titles, Categories or Page Contents. To do this, go to your DSA campaign > Auto Targets. Now scroll down to find 'Exclusions'. This is where you can add exclusions for your campaign or adgroup. 

 

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Re: Exclude certain links from dynamic ad target

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Hi There, 

 

Welcome to AdWords Community.

 

If you mean Dynamic Search Ads, you can exclude pages based on URL, Page Titles, Categories or Page Contents. To do this, go to your DSA campaign > Auto Targets. Now scroll down to find 'Exclusions'. This is where you can add exclusions for your campaign or adgroup. 

 

All the best!

 

Thanks
Ratan Jha


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Re: Exclude certain links from dynamic ad target

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Hello,

Thanks for the tip. I did add 'Exclusion' as follows:
URL contains '/link/'

However, when I check search terms 'All' I see destination URLs with '/link/'. What could I be missing?

Thanks.