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changed my website on my account it still diverts to my old website ?

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Re: changed my website on my account it still diverts to my old websit

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Hi Barry T,

I'm not sure what you mean by that. An account does not belong to a web site. You can advertise multiple websites with a single account.

If you want clicks to go to your new website, you'll need to edit your destination URL's and your Display URL.

Ok, you don't need to edit the destinations if you can redirect from your old website to your new site. Don't forget to check your keyword level destinations, also.

Best of Luck!

Pete
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Re: changed my website on my account it still diverts to my old websit

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Hi Barry T,

I'm not sure what you mean by that. An account does not belong to a web site. You can advertise multiple websites with a single account.

If you want clicks to go to your new website, you'll need to edit your destination URL's and your Display URL.

Ok, you don't need to edit the destinations if you can redirect from your old website to your new site. Don't forget to check your keyword level destinations, also.

Best of Luck!

Pete
petebardo -- Deadhead doing AdWords

Re: changed my website on my account it still diverts to my old websit

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hi thanks for the email , I have changed all destination/keyword and display URL to my new website , but when I put into the search engine and click on my ad it diverts to my old website , I hope that makes sense
regards Barry