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Remarketing a page with a tag

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Hi guys! 

 

I would like to create a remarketing list as followed-

users who visited page A but did visit a page with a specific tag. 

 

My pixel fires when the users click on a button and therefor i can't use the regular "visit- didnt visit" and have to use "a page with a specific tag". 

 

Tried to work around what the system offered, but couldn't find anything relevant. 

any suggestions? 

 

Thanks! 

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Re: Remarketing a page with a tag

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Hi Maya,

I'm not sure I fully understand what you're looking for here.

Is it users who visited page A 'AND' users who visited a specific page or a set of specific pages? When you use 'but' in there, I'm getting a little lost.

Can you create one audience list for each of your conditions and then combine them into a Custom Combination list?

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2549111?hl=en

For instance you could target all users who were in Audience 1 (visitors to page A) who also are in Audience 2 (visitors to page with specific tag).

Not sure if this works for what you're trying to accomplish but figured I'd make the suggestion regardless.

-Tommy

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Re: Remarketing a page with a tag

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Hi Tommy!

If I want to include all users from Audience1 and exclude all users from Audience2?
What exactly should i choose in the Custom Combination list?
I am not sure about the definitions there..

Thank you!
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Re: Remarketing a page with a tag

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Hi Maya,

If this is just one campaign, you can just create audience 1 and audience 2.

Target audience 1 and then exclude audience 2 right from the campaign.

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2549058?hl=en

-Tommy
Tommy Sands, AdWords Top Contributor | Community Profile | Twitter | Philly Marketing Labs
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