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I get a message "problem with the network connection" all the time...

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When I'm in the tab to set up a new campaign I just get a message that's something's wrong with my network connection and I can't see my old campaign or set up a new one. What's wrong?

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Re: I get a message "problem with the network connection" al

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Hello Peter O  ! Welcome to the Community !

 

Try to disable / configure the browser plug-in / extension entitled AdBlock. Several users have pointed out that this app that is expected to block only ads is also blocking the login proccess for the makers of ads , such as adwords users :smileyhappy:

 

If you want to keep using AdBlock while accessing AdWords and Analytics you can configure it like this :

 

 

  • Click on  "Options"
  • Click the tab "Customize"
  • Click on the link "Show ads on a page or domain"
  • Enter the following URLs:

https://www.google.com/analytics/ to unlock access to Google Analytics

https://adwords.google.com to unlock access to Adwords

 

In the gray box at the bottom of the page you should now see these two lines:

 

@ @ https://adwords.google.com $ document
@ @ https://www.google.com/analytics $ document

 

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Hello Peter O  ! Welcome to the Community !

 

Try to disable / configure the browser plug-in / extension entitled AdBlock. Several users have pointed out that this app that is expected to block only ads is also blocking the login proccess for the makers of ads , such as adwords users :smileyhappy:

 

If you want to keep using AdBlock while accessing AdWords and Analytics you can configure it like this :

 

 

  • Click on  "Options"
  • Click the tab "Customize"
  • Click on the link "Show ads on a page or domain"
  • Enter the following URLs:

https://www.google.com/analytics/ to unlock access to Google Analytics

https://adwords.google.com to unlock access to Adwords

 

In the gray box at the bottom of the page you should now see these two lines:

 

@ @ https://adwords.google.com $ document
@ @ https://www.google.com/analytics $ document