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New to AdWords? Learn all about Keywords and Quality Score.

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Community Manager
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Community Manager

Hi there, 

 

If you are new to AdWords and interested in learning more about ad optimization, account structure, keywords and Ad Extensions, keep watching this space.  

 

The Google AdWords specialists will be hosting a Hangout on Air for new advertisers on Feb 21st at 11 am GMT (4 am PST).

 

We will be posting the video here. 

 

Cheers,

Mini

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Community Manager
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Community Manager

Hi all,

 

Visit the AdWords Google+ Page to RSVP to the event and add it to your Google Calendar.

 

Or watch the video on this thread. 

 

Best,

Mini

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Google Employee
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Google Employee

Thanks for hanging out with us!

 

Check out the video below if you missed us and feel free to post any questions you have below. We had some teething problems with the audio but we'll be sure to sort them out for next week's hangout.

 

Tune in next week Thu 28th at 11am GMT when we will cover Keyword Optimization. 

 

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Can I view my ad before it's approved? I can't find ad text that I thought I submitted.

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Google Employee
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Google Employee

Hi Tracilieecole,

 

Thanks for your question! Unfortunately if your ad is paused and you check the Ad Preview Tool, it will probably tell you that your ad isn't running as it's not currently enabled. 

 

You can see what your paused ad looks like in your campaign by signing into your account, click on the 'Campaigns' tab and click the 'Ads' tab. Once you enable the ad and it starts running on Google, you'll see statistics that show information about your clicksimpressions,clickthrough rates (CTR), and so on. 

 

I hope this helps!

Rachel