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Where to check the exact keyword used?

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Hello,

 

I am a little bit confused with the following. I used to get the 'exact' keyword that was used to click on my ad from the Google URL. Sinse Google is encryptying that informaiton now, I am confused as to where I can check that information.

 

Should I go to "Keywords > Details > All" or

"Dimensions > View > Search Terms"

 

Also, I guess now there is no way to get this information in real time, right?

 

Thanks in advance for any tip.

 

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Re: Where to check the exact keyword used?

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Hi Yakito,


It sounds to me like you need to enable the 'auto-tagging' feature.

Please see this help article: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1752125?hl=en-GB

Hopefully that should solve your problem but if it doesn't post back here and I will look into it further.


All the best,

Spike

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Hello;

You are on the right track....   

This information is now available by using the search terms report;

Read more:

Understanding the Search terms report

Moshe, AdWords Top Contributor , Twitter | Linkedin | Community Profile | Ad-Globe
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Re: Where to check the exact keyword used?

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Just to add to my previous post:

You can get the information in real-time by looking at the 'real-time' report in analytics - This shows user statistics in real-time. You cannot view the actual keywords used anywhere except the search term report, as MosheTLV has said.

Apologies, I seem to have misunderstood your original post, I thought you meant that you couldn't see any of the data in Analtyics.


All the best,
Spike