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How can I view my existing ads' destination URLs?

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How can I view my existing ads' destination URLs?

 

I have a few variants each with slightly different destination URLs and need to review what those urls are.

 

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September 2015

Re: How can I view my existing ads' destination URLs?

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Hi Doug A,

I hope someone comes up with a better answer than mine. When I need to look at the destination URL's for an ad, I just click on the pencil thing next to the ad to edit it, make a note of the URL, then cancel without saving. That way the ad doesn't get deleted and replaced with the new ad.

It seems like this might be easier to do with AdWords Editor. There, the destination URL is one of the columns on the Ads tab.

Best of Luck!

Pete
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Hi Doug A,

I hope someone comes up with a better answer than mine. When I need to look at the destination URL's for an ad, I just click on the pencil thing next to the ad to edit it, make a note of the URL, then cancel without saving. That way the ad doesn't get deleted and replaced with the new ad.

It seems like this might be easier to do with AdWords Editor. There, the destination URL is one of the columns on the Ads tab.

Best of Luck!

Pete
petebardo -- Deadhead doing AdWords

Re: How can I view my existing ads' destination URLs?

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That works. Thank-you Pete.