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How to remove item from shopping campaign without changing the feed

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Hi all,

 

I would like to ask if it's possible to remove only selected items from being in AdWords campaign, without removing it from the feed.

I can't find any way to do it.

 

Thanks in advance.

Best regards

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How to remove item from shopping campaign without changing the feed

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Hi @Artur R there's a couple of ways you could do this.  If you've got Ad Groups splitting all your products down to individual items (which you should), then you can simply set these items you want to remove as "Excluded" by clicking on the bid amount and choosing that option.  Or you could apply a Custom Column in the feed, then filter the Campaign(s) to exclude items using that column name.


The first method is a lot simpler, and immediate, the second is slower (and doesn't happen immediately) but gives you control away from AdWords.

 

Jon

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How to remove item from shopping campaign without changing the feed

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Hi @Artur R there's a couple of ways you could do this.  If you've got Ad Groups splitting all your products down to individual items (which you should), then you can simply set these items you want to remove as "Excluded" by clicking on the bid amount and choosing that option.  Or you could apply a Custom Column in the feed, then filter the Campaign(s) to exclude items using that column name.


The first method is a lot simpler, and immediate, the second is slower (and doesn't happen immediately) but gives you control away from AdWords.

 

Jon

AdWords Top Contributor Google+ Profile | Partner Profile | AdWords Audits