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Search Query Reports for Dynamic Search Campaigns

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Does anyone know if it's possible to pull a SQR for dynamic search campaigns?

Since they don't use keywords as such there are no keywords to select as we would on a regular campaign - but there are still searches being run...

 

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Re: Search Query Reports for Dynamic Search Campaigns

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Hi Dave,

There is other way to pull SQR in DSA campaigns.

Go to Auto Target, Then Select the targeting, Then Click on See Search terms.

Here you can get the SQR with headlines and landing page.
--Rakesh Kumar, AdWords Top Contributor , Twitter | Linkedin | Community Profile
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Re: Search Query Reports for Dynamic Search Campaigns

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You go to the keywords tab and select search queries from there. Same as you would on a search campaign. Excuse the brevity, I'm on mobile.
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Re: Search Query Reports for Dynamic Search Campaigns

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Hi Steve,

You have the option to check search term as well as ad negatives for DSA.

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Re: Search Query Reports for Dynamic Search Campaigns

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That's what I thought - but it's greyed out...
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Re: Search Query Reports for Dynamic Search Campaigns

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Hi Dave,

There is other way to pull SQR in DSA campaigns.

Go to Auto Target, Then Select the targeting, Then Click on See Search terms.

Here you can get the SQR with headlines and landing page.
--Rakesh Kumar, AdWords Top Contributor , Twitter | Linkedin | Community Profile
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Re: Search Query Reports for Dynamic Search Campaigns

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Thanks - that was where it was hiding... I was looking under keywords and, of course, there are none....

Re: Search Query Reports for Dynamic Search Campaigns

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Strange.

In my interface I have, under the Keywords tab, the subsections "Keywords", "Negative keywords" and "Search Terms". But AFAIK this is the new interface so in case your account is still using an older interface version, you might not have them in the same place.

However, to make things even more interesting, I have them under Auto Targets as well ...

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D'Oh - yep you're right - I was fixated on the search terms button lower down which is greyed out.... so there are a couple of ways to get to them - good to know!

Thanks for all your help everyone....

Re: Search Query Reports for Dynamic Search Campaigns

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One more way to see the SQR> Go to Dimensions Tab>> and Select Search terms.
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Just a Reminder that when you check for the Search Terms report with DSA campaigns, since there are no keywords, you'll have the user query, but what would be your keyword will appear as "Empty" on the report.

Hope this helps.

Leandro Martinez | Basta1Click