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I was having the exact same issue. I called AdWords support and was informed by the representative that this is a result of a bid strategy that is too low. He shared that the minimum is $1.00 (yet I find that hard to believe)


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Google officially lists google_conversion_order_id as a supported method for preventing duplication at https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/6386790?ctx=tltp. We also tested it and it appears to work as expected to prevent duplicates. We had considered going with a server-side approach, but there are cases where the order gets submitted and thus the ...


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I'm not the type to link to a blog post and tell you that this solves your problem, but the best resource for this in my bookmarks is this blogpost on LunaMetrics: Duplicate Transactions in Google Analytics – The Check and the Fix I personally believe this should be handled server-side, so that if the cookie is detected for a repeat visitor to the 'goal' ...


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Its a waste to show my already existing customers my company ads. It isn't, but we won't address using remarketing to drive referrals, reviews and upsells in in this question. To combat segmenting with remarketing, lets focus on this part of the question: My customers would regularly visit my website to access the updates about their account. ...


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Im assuming you mean Adsense. Adwords is advertising as in when you pay Google to have your ads displayed in the Adsense network to drive traffic to your site, while Adsense is when you display other peoples ads on your site to generate income. Google says that once you have been approved for Adsense you can place your Adsense codes on new sites without ...


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The Google AdsBot does not only check one level deep to assess the page and it is not simply for assessing if the page is a good landing page or not. The AdBot has multiple roles, firstly to check the actual landing page for the ad to see what is on the landing page, this improves the quality of ad delivery to end users by more accurately targeting ads to ...


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Google have stopped including search query data in URLs when users click on PPC ads, if they have come from SSL searches on Google.com. This means Analytics will not be able to tell what the search query was, hence (not provided) You can still get all the information in the Adwords system, there will just be gaps in query reporting within Analytics for ...



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