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what is the return value of {network}?

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the return value of {network} is d, s, g; so d=display network only ,s=search network only ,g='display +search' network, right?

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Hi kristy k,

{network}
whether the click came from Google search, a search partner, or the Display Network (which will appear as "g," "s," and "d," respectively)

if the click came from the Display Network (which will appear as "d")

"g" means Google Seach. A single click can not come from both search and display. If you have a single campaign with both search and display, the click still has to come from one or the other and can't come from both.

Best of Luck!

Pete
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I see and thanks a lot Smiley Happy

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Hi Kristy K,

I would advise you to read help center article for better understanding:

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2375447?hl=en

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Hi kristy k,

{network}
whether the click came from Google search, a search partner, or the Display Network (which will appear as "g," "s," and "d," respectively)

if the click came from the Display Network (which will appear as "d")

"g" means Google Seach. A single click can not come from both search and display. If you have a single campaign with both search and display, the click still has to come from one or the other and can't come from both.

Best of Luck!

Pete
petebardo -- Deadhead doing AdWords
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I see and thanks a lot Smiley Happy

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thanks