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where to place DCM impression tracker in Adwords to track impressions

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Hi Team,

 

Can you help me understand where exactly we need to place DCM impression tracker pixel in Adowrds to track the impressions.

 

Thanks,

Sravan

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Hi Sravan,

The link below has some information about DCM tags and implementation. Not sure that is what you are looking for. Revert if you need more/other information.

https://support.google.com/richmedia/answer/2717012?hl=en

Deepak

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Thanks for your response Deepak.

Lets say I've created an Image Ad in Adwords. I want to track the Image Ad using DCM impression pixel. In this case where do I need to place this impression pixel in Adwords.

Any help is much appreciated.

Thanks

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Just want to follow up and check about my query

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Hi Sravan.

Unless you are using Doubleclick Search (automatically tracks impressions / clicks if linked to DCM) I think you need to reach out to your AdWords account manager. I had a similar issue when trying to track impressions via Youtube, in the end (after a lot of back and forth) our AdWords account manager implemented the impression tracker for us. (I don't think you can do it yourself).

Tom.

where to place DCM impression tracker in Adwords to track impressions

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