Tag Archives: Google: AdWords: AdWords Scripts

Attack of the clones: Here’s a script to fight duplicated ads

Duplicate ads can make it difficult to properly manage your AdWords campaigns, but finding duplicate ads in a large account can be nearly impossible. Luckily, thanks to columnist Daniel Gilbert, there's a script for that. The post Attack of the clones: Here’s a script to fight duplicated ads...

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This script automates adding any AdWords data to a Google spreadsheet

Feeling bogged down by all the reports you need to create for your AdWords campaigns? Columnist Frederick Vallaeys has put together a script that may help. The post This script automates adding any AdWords data to a Google spreadsheet appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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How to check if you’ve screwed up your AdWords account, v.2

Columnist Daniel Gilbert shares an updated version of an AdWords script that scans your account to identify some of the most common issues, including misspellings and outdated seasonal ads. The post How to check if you’ve screwed up your AdWords account, v.2 appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Here’s a script for copying labels between levels

Label visibility within AdWords can sometimes be a little confusing, and the ability to copy labels between levels -- from the campaign level to the ad level -- can be extremely helpful. Luckily, columnist Daniel Gilbert has a script for that. The post Here’s a script for copying labels between...

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Here’s a script that copies audiences to all your campaigns

Columnist Daniel Gilbert of Brainlabs shares a nifty shortcut for replicating audiences across campaigns. The post Here’s a script that copies audiences to all your campaigns appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Here’s a script to stop ads from showing next to offensive videos

Wondering how to avoid embarrassing or controversial video ad placements on YouTube? Frederick Vallaeys shares a script for that. The post Here’s a script to stop ads from showing next to offensive videos appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Seriously, Google, can you just make exact match exact?

In the wake of Google's announced changes to exact match, contributor Daniel Gilbert offers a passionate argument against the shift, as well as a script to help advertisers regain control. The post Seriously, Google, can you just make exact match exact? appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Here’s a script to help manage bids by keyword match type.

Columnist Frederick Vallaeys explains the concept of "stacked bidding" and provides an AdWords script to help monitor your tiered bids. The post Here’s a script to help manage bids by keyword match type. appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Keeping an eye (or three) on your AdWords competitors

Columnist Daniel Gilbert of Brainlabs unleashes another AdWords script -- this time helping you keep track of what your competitors are up to. The post Keeping an eye (or three) on your AdWords competitors appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Want to see if the same search query is appearing in different ad groups?

Columnist Daniel Gilbert of Brainlabs has the perfect script to help you stay in control of your AdWords queries. The post Want to see if the same search query is appearing in different ad groups? appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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