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Join Sinead and Mairead in 30 minutes for this week's #adwordshangout where we'll discuss upgrading your PLA campaigns to Shopping campaigns. RSVP here: http://goo.gl/67zjYb
Join Sinead and Mairead for the first instalment of this month's Hangout Series, *Summer Shopping*. This week, we will talk to you about why we are changing from PLA Campaigns to Shopping Campaigns, and how to upgrade your campaigns. Tune in at *9am PST/12pm EST/5pm GMT* on *Thursday the 10th of June*. To join the Hangout on Air, click the 'Play' symbol on the post at that time. If you have questions, post them in the Q&A section and we'll addre...
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AdWords Editor Goes Shopping

AdWords Editor 10.5 is now available! In this latest version, you can download your product groups, upload and check changes, make bulk edits, and perform other time-saving tasks across your Shopping campaigns, online and offline. Please note, you still need to create Shopping campaigns and product groups in the AdWords interface.

This version of AdWords Editor also supports features that improve your reach and performance across the Google Display Network. The new interest category, in-market audiences [http://goo.gl/O576sm], has been added to the “Assign Audience” drop-down. And the “Targeting Optimization” [http://goo.gl/f91GEB] drop-down now includes options for “Aggressive” targeting, “Conservative” targeting and “Disabled.”

Get the latest version of AdWords Editor today: http://goo.gl/AbmN9w 
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+Dirk Melief Hi Dirk, you can do this already, but you have to be at the Ad Group Settings. Below you see 'flexible reach' where you can change this.
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Join Sinead and Mairead for the first instalment of this month's Hangout Series, Summer Shopping. This week, we will talk to you about why we are changing from PLA Campaigns to Shopping Campaigns, and how to upgrade your campaigns.

Tune in at 9am PST/12pm EST/5pm GMT on Thursday the 10th of June. To join the Hangout on Air, click the 'Play' symbol on the post at that time. If you have questions, post them in the Q&A section and we'll address as many of these on air as possible!
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Here are the presentations from last week's AdWords Community Summit in London http://goo.gl/yRxOPl #AWCS2014
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Join us in one hour to learn how to use the data from your Google Analytics account to improve your AdWords performance. http://goo.gl/4p6aHk
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There are less than 8 weeks left until regular Product Listing Ad (PLA) campaigns retire. For those of you who haven’t upgraded yet, join Nicole Premo for this exclusive Hangout on Air. 

This session will cover the Shopping campaign basics and, more importantly, jump into how to upgrade as quickly and smoothly as possible. We’ll provide a tactical walk-through, share case studies, and discuss FAQs.

Come prepared with questions. We’ll address as many of these on air as possible.
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Replacing “delete” with “remove” in the AdWords interface

In approximately two weeks, we’ll be updating AdWords to replace most instances of the word "Delete" with “Remove.” For example, you will “Remove” a campaign rather than “Delete” it. As part of this change, downloaded reports will also have their “Status” column values updated to show “Removed” instead of “Deleted.” If you use spreadsheet macros or other scripting languages on these downloaded reports, we recommend you update them by July 21st, 2014 to to reflect this change. 

This change is designed to help advertisers better understand that removed objects are still available for future reference. For example, you can report on a removed campaign's historical performance.
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Can you explain ad extensions? — check out answers to your questions in this week's #askadwords episode http://goo.gl/LbO835

Send us questions for future episodes using #askadwords
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Improved workflow for editing and managing ad extensions in bulk 

Editing ad extensions such as sitelinks, calls, reviews, and apps, is an important part of building successful ads. That’s why we are excited to announce new features that make bulk extension editing an easier part of your workflow.  The new extension editing features can help advertisers with large-scale programs quickly edit and manage extensions across their numerous campaigns and ad groups. This is one of many new bulk action tools we will roll out over the next few months to help advertisers manage their large advertising programs at scale.  

With the improvements to extension editing, you can do the following in your campaign and ad groups: 
- Use the Edit button to change your extensions, and edit device settings in bulk,
- Use the +Extension button to create extensions across many campaigns or ad groups with just a few clicks, and
- Use Bulksheets to create and edit your extensions using spreadsheets. 

For example, if you’d like to append a new seasonal promotion to your existing sitelinks, you can select those campaigns, click “Change sitelinks” from the Edit menu, and proceed with your changes (see “Change extensions in bulk” image below). 

If you haven’t started implementing extensions, now is a great time to start. You can use the new bulk editing features to begin enabling new extensions across your campaigns or ad groups. Visit our Help Center (http://goo.gl/ykfdGF) for more information on how to get started today. 
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Just in time for Back-to-school #PPC campaigns!
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Introducing distance reports and more flexibility for location extensions

Distance reports and improved targeting for location extensions provide new insights and an easier way to enhance performance around each of your business locations.

Every day, consumers are looking online for local information (http://goo.gl/3a0zXN).  A survey by BIA Kelsey found that “94% of consumers use online heavily for local shopping purposes” (http://goo.gl/uwTtZc).  With this in mind, we’ve been improving location extensions (http://goo.gl/3CPltE) to make it even easier for you to help consumers discover and visit your business locations.

— The distance report for location extensions (http://goo.gl/Br7VGQ) provides insight into where your ads with location extensions are most effective. It shows impressions, clicks, and costs for varying distances around your business locations, from 0.7 miles to greater than 40 miles. This data can help inform decisions like whether to set a higher bid for customers within four miles of your business, or a lower bid for customers who are 20 miles away. You can find this report on the Dimensions tab in your account.

— Improved targeting options offer more flexibility for optimizing your targeting and bid adjustments for location extensions. Setting the right radius for your location extension address is now easier. Previously, all location extensions in a campaign used the same target radius. With this update, you can create location extension with different radii for targeting and bidding based on the location of your businesses. Learn more about this option at http://goo.gl/GNftFC.  

For example: you may notice that users behave differently when they see your ad in Texas vs. New York.
— You can create a location extension target of 10 miles around your businesses in Texas and set a bid adjustment of +10%
— In the same campaign, you can create a location extension target of 5 miles around your businesses in New York, and set a bid adjustment of +20%

To learn more about location extensions, please visit our help center at http://goo.gl/w0fRix.
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Starting today, our automated bidding strategies that use conversion data, specifically Conversion Optimizer [http://goo.gl/CM5oKj], Target CPA and Target ROAS [http://goo.gl/K2HGCF} will use advertiser-built remarketing lists [http://goo.gl/0XHy3c] as real-time signals for search ads, to fine-tune bids and increase conversion volume.  This means that our automated bidding technology will now increase or decrease your bids based on the performance of your remarketing lists, in addition to other real-time signals, like location, browser or time of day.

Let’s say you’re trying to drive newsletter subscriptions for your business via search ads, so you set up a conversion event to track newsletter signups. Since you know it takes a couple of website visits before customers subscribe to your newsletter, you might create a remarketing list of people who have visited your website but didn’t sign up. Starting today, Conversion Optimizer will automatically adjust bids for visitors in your remarketing list based on projected lifts in conversion rates. This helps you fine-tune the way you reach customers who visited your website, but haven’t signed up for your newsletter yet.

To learn more about how you can use automated bidding and RLSA together, please take a look at this Help Center article. http://goo.gl/ZfjMXD
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