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Deleting keywords - an urgent update needed!
Deleting keywords - an urgent update needed!
Simon_Says




msg:3055624
 12:47 pm on Aug 22, 2006 (gmt 0)

Well done adcenter411. The user interface (import function etc) are all improved and much less buggy than before.

But, but, but its great having 10000 keywords per order / multiple campaigns / conversion data but how do we delete all those keywords that have low conversions or just don't pull any traffic?

Take a look at Googles advance tools. We need to enter a list of keywords (maybe up to 100) and define whether the keywords should be deleted from a specific campaign or a specific order. This really must be straightforward to impliment.

We really can't spend hours finding each keyword and deleting them individually.

Also, as a side note. Go to manage keywords and you get a list of the first 100 keywords - but they aren't sorted alphabetically! A simple snipet of extra code in a few places and you'll improve user experience 1000%!

Do other users agree with this? How important do you think it is? Whats the quickest way you've discovered to delete 100's of keywords spread throughout your campaigns as quickly as possible?

Thanks and best regards

Simon

[edited by: Simon_Says at 12:48 pm (utc) on Aug. 22, 2006]

 

breny




msg:3055740
 2:24 pm on Aug 22, 2006 (gmt 0)

I absolutely agree with Simon Says. This issue would exponentially increase my satisfaction with adCenter.

Also, when you go to Manage Keywords the impressions/clicks/etc should be listed so we can see which words need to be deleted.

Simon--unfortunately I have not found a quick way to delete keywords. I posted in this thread about this issue.
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I didn't get much help.

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