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Targeting by town locations creates missing gaps on the map

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Hi

 

Has anyone else experienced this?

 

When you select several towns that are next to each other, there are gaps on the map that don't appear to be covered. 

 

Am I to assume that these small areas are insignificant or do Google do a good job of including those gaps within the town location?

 

Thanks

 

Anthony

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Hi Anthony,

If there are small gaps between the towns you have selected, those should be picked up to target those users.

If you want to be sure to cover all surrounding areas, try using the radius targeting option!

Kathleen

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Hi Anthony,

If there are small gaps between the towns you have selected, those should be picked up to target those users.

If you want to be sure to cover all surrounding areas, try using the radius targeting option!

Kathleen

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Thanks Kathleen. I've used radius targeting Smiley Happy