| 1:37 pm on Oct 18, 2007 (gmt 0)|
You can do two things.
1) Have a look in your raw logs. Some log analysis tools have the ability to filter on the Google Content network. If not, I think you can filter on googlesyndication.com. From there you can pick out the sites that you may wish to exclude.
2) You can have a look at the placement performance report in your AdWords account. I always export to Excel and sort according to sites with the most impressions and least clicks.
| 1:41 pm on Oct 18, 2007 (gmt 0)|
I'm already doing that, and have automated it to some degree. What I am trying to do is find lists of sites that have high traffic and low CTRs so that I can hopefully not show up there in the first place. It's therefore not so much the ones that send me clicks but the ones that don't!
Any idea? I read on a forum that it could be a good idea to exclude the FacespaceTubes of this world, and wondered if anyone had any good ideas like that?
| 4:49 pm on Oct 18, 2007 (gmt 0)|
I would contact the big SEM's and ask them what sites they regularly block.
| 11:14 pm on Oct 18, 2007 (gmt 0)|
|Perhaps this is something that the Adwords Team can do? |
exmoorbeast, I've added your feedback to the Advertiser Feedback Report - which goes out later tonight
| 6:03 am on Oct 19, 2007 (gmt 0)|
Thanks AWA, that's very good of you. I think Clean Sweep for site exclusion might also help people. ;-)
| 9:45 pm on Oct 19, 2007 (gmt 0)|
Nakita - thank you very much, I re read your post and went and found a whole load of info on the placement performance report - what a real gem. Can't thank you enough. You gotta love WebmasterWorld......I'm lovin it!
| 1:47 pm on Oct 23, 2007 (gmt 0)|
> Nakita - thank you very much, I re read your post
> and went and found a whole load of info on the
> placement performance report - what a real gem.
No problem at all. I wish AdWords would give you the ability to sort according to multiple columns and this is why I export to Excel.
This report can also be useful for Site Targeted campaigns.