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How can I view my PPC ad preview without using Ad preview tool?

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Hi all,

 

How can I view my PPC ad preview without using Ad preview tool? Please advise me. 

 

Krish Nair

http://www.krishnadasan.com/

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Re: How can I view my PPC ad preview without using Ad preview tool?

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Hi Krishnadasan, thanks for posting your query in Forum!

 

Yes we can see the ppc ads with out ad preview.

 

But i don't know why do you want to see your ads without ad preview tool. because its a good tool to see your ads without increasing your impression.

 

However if you want to see your ads in Google result page directly

 

put your query in Google(if your campaigns is targeting in USA)

 

After showing the result the "%gl=us" in the end of the Google page URL

 

then it will show you result of campaigns targeting in UK.

 

Similarly you can proceed with different country.

 

You can also check  with "http://www.google.co.uk/" if you targeted in UK and in the same for other country"

 

But be careful this is the live ads so don't click or google will charge for it.

 

If you have any query please feel free to post hereSmiley Happy

 

Thanks

Rakesh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

--Rakesh Kumar, AdWords Top Contributor , Twitter | Linkedin | Community Profile
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Re: How can I view my PPC ad preview without using Ad preview tool?

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# 3
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Hi there;

Using any other "method" other than the Ad Preview tool will result is saving a cookie on your machine that will bias the results. (The ads shown are "tailored" to your needs. If you don't click on an ad - it will not necessarily be shown again, or not shown at all based on your browsing history)

 

To eliminate the cookie effect use the Ad Preview tool.

Moshe, AdWords Top Contributor , Twitter | Linkedin | Community Profile | Ad-Globe
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Re: How can I view my PPC ad preview without using Ad preview tool?

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What if I have the website for .ae, then tell me how can I see the ads without using ad preview. I just target ae, and when I check the results in Google.ae my ads are not showing because I am in Pakistan. 


@Rakesh Kumar wrote:

Hi Krishnadasan, thanks for posting your query in Forum!

 

Yes we can see the ppc ads with out ad preview.

 

But i don't know why do you want to see your ads without ad preview tool. because its a good tool to see your ads without increasing your impression.

 

However if you want to see your ads in Google result page directly

 

put your query in Google(if your campaigns is targeting in USA)

 

After showing the result the "%gl=us" in the end of the Google page URL

 

then it will show you result of campaigns targeting in UK.

 

Similarly you can proceed with different country.

 

You can also check  with "http://www.google.co.uk/" if you targeted in UK and in the same for other country"

 

But be careful this is the live ads so don't click or google will charge for it.

 

If you have any query please feel free to post hereSmiley Happy

 

Thanks

Rakesh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Re: How can I view my PPC ad preview without using Ad preview tool?

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Hi Farrukh,

 

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