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Keyword tool
is a tool like this available?

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Msg#: 4779 posted 11:32 pm on Mar 5, 2005 (gmt 0)

I have a campaign that is doing well. Id like to add more keywords to my campaign. I have a list of all kws that convert. I was wondering if there is a tool that will allow me to import the list of exisitng listings and then import the new keywords and have it delete duplicates. Are there tools like this available?



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Msg#: 4779 posted 11:43 pm on Mar 5, 2005 (gmt 0)

When you add keywords to a Google campaign it will not allow you to have duplicates. Example: If you added the keyword "widget" six times it would only appear once in your keyword list.


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Msg#: 4779 posted 2:24 am on Mar 6, 2005 (gmt 0)

What im trying to do is, I have about 20 or so listings at overture, I have an additional say 30-40 keywords id like to add (which may be already listed). I want to make sure I add all the extras without submitting the ones already listed and not miss any. Maby I should do this manually?

Robert Scott

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Msg#: 4779 posted 11:01 am on Mar 6, 2005 (gmt 0)

There are tools that remove duplicate keywords, but I can't see why you need one. As Zeus said, AdWords will automatically delete duplicates.

Put all your keywords into AdWords and save them, them come back and copy and paste them into Notepad if you want a record, or want to use them elsewhere.


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Msg#: 4779 posted 10:23 pm on Mar 8, 2005 (gmt 0)

Yes, as Robert Scott and others said, you don't need to worry about duplicates. Just throw the whole wad in there and GAW will remove the duplicates and sort it. It also removes extra spaces, etc. Sometimes, it's kinda embarassing how I'll throw junk into the hopper and let GAW clean it up. But it's easier and faster that way.

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