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Can I analyze performance of a Real Estate feed at product/property level?

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Hi, 

 

We've been running a remarketing campaign for a real estate agency for a few days and we're using dynamic display ads that pull data from a real estate data feed (which is located in Shared Library>Business Data). While testing the campaign I noticed that out of the many hundreds of properties available in the feed only a handful were being shown. My question is, is there a way to analyse the performance of each product/property in the feed i.e. impressions, clicks, etc.?

 

It seems obvious to me that such data should be available somewhere in Adwords but haven't been able to find it. I couldn't find any information on the internet either, as all questions and answers are usually about feeds in Google Merchant, which is not what we need.

 

Thanks,

 

Marcel

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Can I analyze performance of a Real Estate feed at product/property level?

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Hi Marcel,

 

Unfortunately for dynamic remarketing campaign (all verticals including real estate), there is no data available for individual feed item.

Regards,

Florin

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Can I analyze performance of a Real Estate feed at product/property level?

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Hi Marcel,

 

Unfortunately for dynamic remarketing campaign (all verticals including real estate), there is no data available for individual feed item.

Regards,

Florin