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Hi every body,

 

Currently when someone clicks on my adwords, he go to googadservices.com and then redirect to my site.

but i want that person to first go to google.com and then redirect to my site.

 

i see other adwords that have this feature! so i want to know how i can show my advertisements like that?

 

 

 

 

Regards

 

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There is a confusion here;

googadservices.com are the  system servers running the platform. Ads are shown on    Google search page (aka SERP).  When a user clicks on the ad, he/she will be  directed to your landing page. Users do not land on googadservices.com

Your ads will be shown on the relevant  Google search page based on your  ad targeting methods and language settings;

Read more about geographic targeting  and language targeting:

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1722043?hl=en

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1722078?hl=en

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Hi feryeydoon i,

My question is why do you want to do this? Are you attempting to identify AdWords clicks by the referrer data? That's an unreliable method, if that's what you are trying to do. A better method, if you have auto-taggin on, is to look for the gclid name/value pair in the query string. The referrer domain can be different, but the gclid is always attached.

Best of Luck!

Pete
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@petebardo wrote:
Hi feryeydoon i,

My question is why do you want to do this? Are you attempting to identify AdWords clicks by the referrer data? That's an unreliable method, if that's what you are trying to do. A better method, if you have auto-taggin on, is to look for the gclid name/value pair in the query string. The referrer domain can be different, but the gclid is always attached.

Best of Luck!

Pete


Hi,
I have heard Googleadservices is blocked in some countries but those ads that are not redirected to


@petebardo wrote:
Hi feryeydoon i,

My question is why do you want to do this? Are you attempting to identify AdWords clicks by the referrer data? That's an unreliable method, if that's what you are trying to do. A better method, if you have auto-taggin on, is to look for the gclid name/value pair in the query string. The referrer domain can be different, but the gclid is always attached.

Best of Luck!

Pete

googleadservices.com can get through.
In this case if we understand the logic we will be able to get round of filtering system.