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Hello AdWords ppl,

 

I clicked on some ads and I saw as a part of URL ps=upcpd.

http://www.lukas.com/?ps=upcpd&CMP=paid_search_lukas

 

so what for is used that part of the code?

 

Lukas

 

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- Lukas
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September 2015

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Probably just a tracking parameter used by additional analytics software that lukas.com use. A quick google search shows many sites are using it. It's probably just for tracking or customization. URL parameters can be used for MANY things and are not AdWords specific.

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Probably just a tracking parameter used by additional analytics software that lukas.com use. A quick google search shows many sites are using it. It's probably just for tracking or customization. URL parameters can be used for MANY things and are not AdWords specific.

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 Thanks Dave,

 

someone else set our AdWors Account and he was using it.

So I wasnt sure if its needed somehow for adwords.

 

Thanks once again  

 

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- Lukas

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It's quite likely that it's a "sorting" parameter for your CMS or some other parameter that changes the display of your content based on the fact that the user came from an ad. This is not uncommon.

I'd ask him what it's for anyway, it's not a default AdWords parameter.

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haha thant could be a prob but I can try.

 

Thanks Dave

- Lukas