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i have mad two different sheets with different products in them. When i upload the sheets i wont them in two different shopping campaigns, but when i upload them they goes in the same shopping campaign. Anyone knows how i can get the two different google-sheets in two different shopping campaigns? 

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that sounds correct -- by design.

attributes are used to separate items into different campaigns -- not feeds.

all items submitted are sent into the linked ad-account --
regardless of how the inventory-data may be submitted,
how many feeds, or who submits the data.

 

only one, single, feed (one sheet) is needed -- for

any and all inventory items within a target-country.

attributes may be used to separate items into different shopping-campaigns --
based on campaign target-country or inventory-filter settings or product-groups.

typically, decide on a bid-strategy, first --
then decide which attributes may be used
to implement that bid-strategy.

for example, bidding higher on certain brands or best-sellers,

or bidding much lower on certain categories or types of items,
would use the brand, custom-label, google_product_category,

or product_type -- attributes -- to subdivide submitted inventory

into different shopping_campaigns and different product-groups.

generally, use only one, single, feed (one sheet) for all inventory items --
the one, single, primary-feed (sheet) can handle 100,000 inventory items;

register only one, single, primary-feed -- once -- for an entire target-country.

 

see also

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2382954

https://support.google.com/adwords/topic/6275305

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/6275317

https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/7052112

https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/7052112#product_type

https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/7052112#google_product_category

https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/7052112#custom_label

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that sounds correct -- by design.

attributes are used to separate items into different campaigns -- not feeds.

all items submitted are sent into the linked ad-account --
regardless of how the inventory-data may be submitted,
how many feeds, or who submits the data.

 

only one, single, feed (one sheet) is needed -- for

any and all inventory items within a target-country.

attributes may be used to separate items into different shopping-campaigns --
based on campaign target-country or inventory-filter settings or product-groups.

typically, decide on a bid-strategy, first --
then decide which attributes may be used
to implement that bid-strategy.

for example, bidding higher on certain brands or best-sellers,

or bidding much lower on certain categories or types of items,
would use the brand, custom-label, google_product_category,

or product_type -- attributes -- to subdivide submitted inventory

into different shopping_campaigns and different product-groups.

generally, use only one, single, feed (one sheet) for all inventory items --
the one, single, primary-feed (sheet) can handle 100,000 inventory items;

register only one, single, primary-feed -- once -- for an entire target-country.

 

see also

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2382954

https://support.google.com/adwords/topic/6275305

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/6275317

https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/7052112

https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/7052112#product_type

https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/7052112#google_product_category

https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/7052112#custom_label

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Simply make 1 spreadsheet with all your products, than add custom labels to identify them. You can than create ad groups targeting specific custom labels you have created using subdivisions.

More info on this here : https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/6275317?

 

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If i make them in to different subdevision, is there any way where i can have different budget?

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Yes, use two campaigns with each ad group targeting a different subdivision.

 

Campaign 1 > Ad group > Subdivision > high margin (for example)

Campaign 2 > Ad group > Subdivision > low margin (for example)

 

Hope it helps

 

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