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where can I see the url my ad is pointing to?

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Hi

Where can I see / check the url my ad is being directed to?

Thanks

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Accepted by MosheTLV (Top Contributor)
September 2015

Re: where can I see the url my ad is pointing to?

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Hi,

You can see the Destination Url hyper-linked over each Ads title.
the warning you mentioned states that if you edit an Existing Ad it will be considered as a new Ad and system will review it again for approval.

Regards,
Rahul Goel

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Re: where can I see the url my ad is pointing to?

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Your ad will be directed to the destination URl you have entered while creating the Ad. you can check all your ads and their destination URl under ads tab of your adwords interface.

regards,
Rahul Goel

Re: where can I see the url my ad is pointing to?

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Thanks Rahul
I went to ads but I don't see where I can view settings. I tried editing an ad but it came up with a warning about something going to be lost so I went no further.
I think viewing or testing the hyperlink is someting a customer should be entitled to do easily.
Thanks
Marked as Best Answer.
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Accepted by MosheTLV (Top Contributor)
September 2015

Re: where can I see the url my ad is pointing to?

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Hi,

You can see the Destination Url hyper-linked over each Ads title.
the warning you mentioned states that if you edit an Existing Ad it will be considered as a new Ad and system will review it again for approval.

Regards,
Rahul Goel

Re: where can I see the url my ad is pointing to?

Google Employee
# 5
Google Employee

Hi Nigel,

 

Just to add to Rahul's answers, if you hover your mouse over your ad and click the black pencil icon to edit the ad, you will be able to copy and paste the destination URL into a new tab to check the link. Once you have done this (and you don't want to edit your ad), you can click 'cancel' to ensure your ad is not re-submitted for review. 

 

Hope this helps!