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Hi guys,

 

I was looking at the search impression share for one of my PLA campaigns and noticed that during certain dates the line becomes dashed ( see below for visualization)

 

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Does any know if there is a specific reason for this? I was looking online but could get any information on why this may be the case?

 

Thanks for your help in advanced.

 

Ash

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Hello Ash,

search impression share is usually delayed by 3-4 days. Line in my graph just ends there. Might be the same thing, except you have some newer version of these graphs. Does it tell you you impression share in he dashed line parts?

Alex

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Hello,

I have the same problem and yes data does show when hovering over the dashed line. What would that mean?

Thanks a lot!

Jules

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Hi Jules,

 

The best way to get an up-to-date answer is to start your own separate thread. Please go to the top level of the AdWords Community, and from there, click on the board that is most closely related to your question. After that, you can click on the pink "+" sign in the lower right corner of the screen to start a new topic.

 

Thanks!

Cassie

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