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Google Shopping Campaign in Adwords Not showing Impressions for 2 days now

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Hi Everyone.

My google shopping campaign is not showing any impressions nor click for two days now.

Can someone help me with this?  I have not changed anything?  Thank you.



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Re: Google Shopping Campaign in Adwords Not showing Impressions for 2 days now

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generally, impressions and clicks are determined by the bid and quality factors.

(1) be certain that the items are active, up-to-date, and have a current
searchable-status, for the target-country, by checking the products-tab
of the merchant-center-account and clicking on the item's title:

(2) be certain that the landing-page's visible data and any microdata,
matches the submitted data, exactly, at all times, for each physical,
in-stock, inventory item submitted -- verify google has not flagged
any account or per-item issues, related to google's crawls for policy
violations on the website, by checking under the diagnostics-tab
of the merchant-center-account and clicking on any blue-boxes:
clicking on the graph will show historic account, feed, and per-item issues.

(3) be certain that the items are matching a product-group within an active
shopping-campaign, each item has a competitive bid, and the campaign's

budget has not been depleted, by checking under the linked ad-account:


note that nothing needs to change within the submitted data, on the website,
or within the shopping-campaign, for the items to no longer participate in the
auctions or for the auctions to become much more competitive causing items
to lose in the auctions -- for example, the items may expire naturally, google
may re-review an item, submitted data, landing-page, website, business, or
supply-chain, at any time, budgets may become depleted, or other merchant's
may increase their bids or improve their overall quality.

otherwise, this is mainly a peer-to-peer forum; only a person at google can
look into accounts -- google may be contacted directly, for account-specific
help and guidance:

see also