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Ad position

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Quick question. The value in Ad Position, does that refer to the relative position of all ads (so 3.0 would mean the third ad, 17.5 would mean the 17th or 18th ad), or does it refer to the page that the ad is on (so 3.0 would mean its typically on the third page, etc)

 

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September 2015

Re: Ad position

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Hi Alex,

Your first thought is the correct one, the refer to the actual position of the ad, not the page. The values that are reported are the average ad position. You can read more here.: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/14075?hl=en

-Tommy
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Re: Ad position

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so how can I see my ads when I run them. I see 3rd etc but when I search in browser I never actually see my ad why is that ?