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getting the following status message in managed placements.  It says eligible but the ads are not showing

 

This status isn't currently available. Please check if your ad group is configured to show, and try again later

 

 

Could anyone help by explaining what this mean and how to overcome it?

 

I am having both search and display network in a single campaign and it is a small one.

 

 

 

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Hi MotorcycComp,

 

When running ads on the display network you have to wait until the status is "approved".

 

Your ads can run on the Googe search pages when they are "eligible" but not on other networks.

 

You can read up on the status' of ads here

 

I'd recommend splitting you search and display campaigns up into separate campaigns so you can view stats and optimise the campaigns more easily.

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Hi MotorcycComp,

 

When running ads on the display network you have to wait until the status is "approved".

 

Your ads can run on the Googe search pages when they are "eligible" but not on other networks.

 

You can read up on the status' of ads here

 

I'd recommend splitting you search and display campaigns up into separate campaigns so you can view stats and optimise the campaigns more easily.

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Thank You.  I will have a go by splitting the campaigns