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How can i find Search Terms and User Locations at the same time?

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I want to see search terms against user locations to analyze the search queries. Like if somone from Australia visited my website clcking on ad and what was query he/she typed? Adwords also shows you impressions when you analyze data selecting user locations from Dimentions tab. Basically i want to see the impressions and clicks against User locations so is there any filter or way i can find this data.

 

 

Same is the scenario for Georaphic View in Dimentions Tab.

 

Thanks.

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Hello Zaheer M,

 

If I understood you correctly , in your second message you are asking if you can see search terms for which your ads had only impressions , without clicks. This is currently not a feature in the AdWords system and as a personal opinion, It would be great to have such a report to build better long tail keywords.

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Hello,

 

The search terms can be found using this info : https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2472708

 

However the Segment button has no option for geographic segmenting.

 

From Google analytics can be done , after accessing the report "Matched Search Queries" , from the "Secondary dimension" choose Visitor and "City".

 

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Thanks @Andrian B for Answering.
I know how it can be done in Analytics but What if i have to see the impressions of search terms that users are using?

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Use the search terms report;
https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2472708
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Hello,

 

In keywords tab( at campaign level or Adgroup level) just below of graph you will get "details" tab.

Just click all, you will get all serach query searched by user. You can also directly Ad or Remove( put in to negative list) keywords from here.

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Hello Zaheer M,

 

If I understood you correctly , in your second message you are asking if you can see search terms for which your ads had only impressions , without clicks. This is currently not a feature in the AdWords system and as a personal opinion, It would be great to have such a report to build better long tail keywords.

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Adrian is correct. no clicks, no data.
indeed the option has been requested by many advertisers.
Moshe, AdWords Top Contributor , Twitter | Linkedin | Community Profile | Ad-Globe
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