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Anyone know how to make this ad display correctly?

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Hi,

 

Please see the keyword in red box - How could I do to make it display correctly? Or it already does?

 

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Thanks a million!

 

Jason

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Hi Jason,

What is your Geographic target?
You can use keywords like "teaching English jobs" removing the location from the keyword, if your are targeting Only China then I think there is no need to mention it again in the keywords.

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Read my article on the topic:
https://www.en.adwords-community.com/t5/User-Articles/Display-Network-How-many-Targeting-Methods-to-...
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Hi @Archit

 

FYI - This Geographic target is the whole United Kingdom only.

 

But what's the logic that a country name in the keywords will stop ad from showing?

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Hi @MosheTLV

 

This is a great article - My issue was seen in search campaign, so I have no idea what do you want to imply by pasting a link regarding display ads?

 

Thanks,

Jason

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Top Contributor
# 6
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@Jason Zhang;

Ohh... Sorry... For some reason it seemed to me that you were running a display campaign using keywords as a targeting method.

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Hi Jason,

The Reason is adding the same location in keyword which is already your geographic target will make it a long tail and specific which will limit the traffic if you are using those long tail keywords in modified broad, phrase or exact.
Hope you got my point.

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# 8
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Hi @Jason Zhang,

 

From the screenshot which you have shared, I do not see any problem with your campaign. But, as you are using long tailed keywords and that too in phrase and exact matches, they may be having lesser search volume comparatively. You seem to be doing very fine in terms of QS, CTR etc. There's nothing to worry, you should wait for sometime and let keywords accumulate enough clicks. 

 

As long you have good performance in front, such a notification may be made to take the back seat. 

 

Though, you can try a Keyword Diagnosis Report to check if any of your recent changes are impacting campaigns. If is all is well there, it indeed is. Cheers! If you find any problem in the report, feel free to let us know. 

 

All the best!

 

Thanks
Ratan Jha

 


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