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I am using the site links extension on my campaign. I have three site links. Each site link has 16,16,14 clicks respectively. However, the total number of clicks shown is 16 for my extension. Shouldn't it be 46? I don't see how each link has clicks but I am only showing 16.

 

Also, these clicks don't seem to count toward campaign clicks. My total campaign clicks is 19 for the same time period. Does that mean that only 3 people clicked the ad and 16 people clicked a site link.

 

Is there somewhere in Google Adwords or Analytics that shows more detailed information about this?

 

Thanks!

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September 2015

Re: Site link clicks

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Hello Damon G,

 

Welcome to AdWords Community. 

 

The number of clicks shown in the Sitelink Extension Report combines 1). Number of times your ads were clicked when they appeared with that sitelink in question, plus, 2). the number times that sitelink was clicked. 

 

To better understand this, you can Segment data by Click Type. More about Segment is here -  https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2454072?hl=en

 

Thanks
Ratan Jha

 


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Hello Damon G,

 

Welcome to AdWords Community. 

 

The number of clicks shown in the Sitelink Extension Report combines 1). Number of times your ads were clicked when they appeared with that sitelink in question, plus, 2). the number times that sitelink was clicked. 

 

To better understand this, you can Segment data by Click Type. More about Segment is here -  https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2454072?hl=en

 

Thanks
Ratan Jha

 


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