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If you would like to see what words the user used to trigger your ads. Under the keywords tab, use the checkbox to select the keyword, then press details and click "search terms" "selected"
I think you have made a big mistake. What you are most likely seeing is finally the result of a cleverly run AdWords campaign. The suspicious words +very +best +product that you dislike are almost definitely the keywords used in the AdGroup. They are known as Broad Match Modifiers and bascially they dictate that all the words marked with + must be present ...
There is no need for a custom report as suggested by that answer on StackOverflow. There is a report that does exactly what you want: In the left hand list of reports, navigate to: Acquisition Keywords Paid This report lists your keywords. By default it shows 10 but you can use the "Show rows" drop down to show up to 5000 of them at a time. Your goal ...
Yes you can target the specific website but it works on Display Network ads campaign only . so if you want to target image or flash related ads you can choose any website that are related to your business. if you use the display network campaign there is a one option. that is Placements in this placement tag you can specify individual website
I think that your "problem" is different type of attribution. Google Analytics uses last-click attribution, AdWords prefers first-click. So... if your client ever clicked an campaign ad created in AdWords and make a transaction in another session, it will be counted in AdWords as "adwords conversion". But in Google Analytics it will be conversion from that ...
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