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Is there any way to see dimensions for a specific keyword?

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Hi,

 

So I have this campaign with about 20 keywords, but 1 of those generated 80% of the clicks and the campaign is not working very well although that keyword should convert better. 

 

So maybe it most of the clicks are being generated from a location which is not good. Is there any way I can get the dimension for a specific keyword so I can check that information or I will have to isolate that keyword into another campaign?

 

Thanks!

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September 2015

Re: Is there any way to see dimensions for a specific keyword?

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Hi Yakito,

You will get dimension details at account level, campaign level or ad group level.

Not at keyword level.

There are few things you can check.

Select the keyword and check the search term report (select the keyword > Details > Search Terms > Selected).

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2472708?hl=en

This will give you an idea, which search terms and triggering your ad.

You can add non-relevant search terms as negative keywords.

And you can change your match type to a more restricted one (exact or phrase) of you are using modified broad or broad match.

My thoughts,

Deepak

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Re: Is there any way to see dimensions for a specific keyword?

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Hi Yakito,

You will get dimension details at account level, campaign level or ad group level.

Not at keyword level.

There are few things you can check.

Select the keyword and check the search term report (select the keyword > Details > Search Terms > Selected).

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2472708?hl=en

This will give you an idea, which search terms and triggering your ad.

You can add non-relevant search terms as negative keywords.

And you can change your match type to a more restricted one (exact or phrase) of you are using modified broad or broad match.

My thoughts,

Deepak