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How to track search queries

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Hi, Cam anyone tell me how can i track on which search query google is showing my ads ?

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September 2015

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Hello Isha,

 

Welcome to AdWords Community.

 

There is no consolidated report which (in the Now) shows the list of search queries that will be triggering the ads. However, you can run a search term report and see what search terms have triggered your ads earlier.

 

You can run a Keyword Diagnosis Test, by going to keyword tab, then select the Details tab, than select Keyword Diagnosis option. This test will show what keywords are triggering the ads at this time if the search term matches the keywords.

 

You can use Ad Preview tool, www.google.com/adpreview, and search yourself and check which search terms your ads are displayed.

 

Hope this Helps.

- Prashanth Reniguntala

 

 

 

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Hello Isha,

 

Welcome to AdWords Community.

 

There is no consolidated report which (in the Now) shows the list of search queries that will be triggering the ads. However, you can run a search term report and see what search terms have triggered your ads earlier.

 

You can run a Keyword Diagnosis Test, by going to keyword tab, then select the Details tab, than select Keyword Diagnosis option. This test will show what keywords are triggering the ads at this time if the search term matches the keywords.

 

You can use Ad Preview tool, www.google.com/adpreview, and search yourself and check which search terms your ads are displayed.

 

Hope this Helps.

- Prashanth Reniguntala