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James C Kim
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James Kim was in a video call. <a class='ot-hashtag' href='https://plus.google.com/s/%23hangoutsonair'>#hangoutsonair</a>

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So, interesting listing on Google search. Was looking up information on 'nitric oxide' and saw a listing from www.abrahamroofing.com because apparently pharmaceuticals are a part of the roofing industry. Out of curiosity, I clicked on the ad and was redirected to a Canadian pharmacy site. Not that unusual. But then on subsequent clicks I get redirected to 2 other Canadian pharmacy sites.

Here is the link, if you want to try it yourselves:
http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=11&ved=0CKQBEBYwCg&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.abrahamroofing.com%2Flevitra-nitric-oxide.html&ei=MijZT9mMJKehmQWnzfmQAw&usg=AFQjCNHC0duqLK1gumat4xa8qsGqKIyDVQ&sig2=lcgA7-ZjWxHrh-SYYuIHxA

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Dear Google Adwords Team,

You keep pushing the Mobile advertising platform and mentioning how its usage is continuing to increase, but you are failing in providing a tool for the advertisers on the go, a mobile Adwords App.

Although a fully functioning Adwords app would be the best gift (or product, 'cause I'd be willing to pay for one) you could provide for the Adwords advertiser, I would settle for one that simply reports on spend and allows you to quickly and easily pause/activate accounts/campaigns/adgroups/keywords.

I have this awesome Android phone running with Ice Cream Sandwich on a 4G network, yet it is painful to make these changes on my phone.

What do you think? Is this such an impossible or unreasonable request?

Please make an official Google #MobileAdwordsApp for us!

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Google Adwords encourages good practices with ad testing in their New Changes to Ad Rotation.

http://adwords.blogspot.com/2012/04/new-changes-to-ad-rotation.html

Initially I thought that this would be a bad change for those that test ads. Putting a 30 day cap on ads then automatically moving them to optimize for clicks is just a way to put more money in Google's pockets. But the encouraging news is that if a new "creative is enabled or edited, the ads in that ad group will rotate more evenly for a new period of 30 days." This allows testers to always have ad rotation available.

If a non-tester wants to save click funds, they would be encouraged to follow the practice of testing out a new creative. Well played Google Adwords Team!
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