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Hello guys!

If I create an account exclusion for adsenseformobileapps.com and I have to create a campaign to promote a app, am I will be able to do it so (with adsenseformobileapps.com excluded in library account level)? 

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@João M, first, I would like to tell you that apps engagement campaigns run on Mobile apps. And If you exclude the "adsenseformobileapps.com" placement from the campaign. Your Ads will NOT SERVE.

 

As excluding the placement "adsenseformobileapps.com" from campaign, AdWords stop showing up your ads on ALL Mobile apps.

 

So, you should not exclude the placement "adsenseformobileapps.com" from the campaign.

 

Plsgo through the below article for more info: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1722057?hl=en

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Hi @João M,

 

Placement exclusions may be added to Shared Library, however, I would not call them account level exclusions. Placement exclusions like any other items in your Shared Library will only impact campaigns that you select for that specific library item. (You need to take action to that end, the items will not automatically impact all the campaigns in your account.)

 

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Lakatos

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If you exclude "adsenseformobileapps.com" from apps download campaign. It means you are excluding the mobile apps placement. Your ads will not serve on the mobile apps.

 

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@Rakesh Kumar

 

but imagine I set up a campaign for a promote download app or for engagement with apps. It will interfeer with the campaign, correct? So it it best practice to exclude adsenseformobielapps.com in campaing level and not account. Correct me if I am wrong, please.

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yes, you are correct @João M! Exclude at campaign level and not at account level.

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@João M, first, I would like to tell you that apps engagement campaigns run on Mobile apps. And If you exclude the "adsenseformobileapps.com" placement from the campaign. Your Ads will NOT SERVE.

 

As excluding the placement "adsenseformobileapps.com" from campaign, AdWords stop showing up your ads on ALL Mobile apps.

 

So, you should not exclude the placement "adsenseformobileapps.com" from the campaign.

 

Plsgo through the below article for more info: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1722057?hl=en

Apps.PNG

 

 

--Rakesh Kumar, AdWords Top Contributor , Twitter | Linkedin | Community Profile
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