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Few Basic Questions

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Hi

 

1. Can i target country and city in location like , U.S and California in a campaign ?

 

2. I am going to run 3 campaign for 3 projects , my 2 rojects based on same location, so can i use same keywords for these 2 projects in different campaign ?

 

3.Tell must i knw before starting in Adwords .like bidding, keywords....

 

 

pls help me with these three  question expertsssss.

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Hi,
1 - yes, you can target multiple locations in a single Campaign, but if you want to be able to really understand the performance from each location, and the ability to control budget allocated to each location you may consider setting up two separate Campaigns - both with the same Keywords & Ads, just targeted to different locations.
AdWords Location Targeting - https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1722043?hl=en

2. I'm not sure I understand this question, I'll try my best to answer, but if it doesn't do the trick, can you please provide more details. AdWords will only show one Ad per website, per Keyword Search. If you're targeting a different location with the Campaigns, then yes, you can use the same Keywords for these projects.

3. Before starting AdWords, I suggest that you really take the time to learn and understand the AdWords platform. The links below should help -
AdWords Step by Step - www.google.com/adwords/pdf/step_by_step.pdf

For AdWords Beginner's - https://www.en.adwords-community.com/t5/User-Articles/The-1-Mistake-of-New-AdWords-Advertisers-amp-H...

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Hi,
1 - yes, you can target multiple locations in a single Campaign, but if you want to be able to really understand the performance from each location, and the ability to control budget allocated to each location you may consider setting up two separate Campaigns - both with the same Keywords & Ads, just targeted to different locations.
AdWords Location Targeting - https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1722043?hl=en

2. I'm not sure I understand this question, I'll try my best to answer, but if it doesn't do the trick, can you please provide more details. AdWords will only show one Ad per website, per Keyword Search. If you're targeting a different location with the Campaigns, then yes, you can use the same Keywords for these projects.

3. Before starting AdWords, I suggest that you really take the time to learn and understand the AdWords platform. The links below should help -
AdWords Step by Step - www.google.com/adwords/pdf/step_by_step.pdf

For AdWords Beginner's - https://www.en.adwords-community.com/t5/User-Articles/The-1-Mistake-of-New-AdWords-Advertisers-amp-H...

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Thanks A Lot Vkore91

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Hey Digital,

You can Target multiple location but your example seems crazy. If you are targeting US then you dont need specify California. You are covering entire country. If you want to go with local targets then select California, Nevada and Arizona.

Your 2 rojects based on same location, but are they both have same niche? If yes then you may target same keywords. But it is not make any sense to have 2 ads for a single keyword from different campaign. go with ad group......you can show better performed ad for given keyword.