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Saw the thread but missed the "happy" end with the Credit :)
I doubt it was a percentage. My return was 6% of a single day's advertising expenses. They were probably able to track broken links.
You are correct, migriffin. The credits will be for all clicks received via the affected ads. Engineers were able to pull this info very exactly.
I wonder if it was as modest as mine
It was less than 0.4% of December spending so just a few hunderd clicks. It is the thought that counts I think, sales did not get hurt in any way.
I had put aside a few domains that I knew were affected, but wanted to see how proactive Google was in iniating these refunds.
Have to say, I'm impressed that they caught more than I did.
It is nice to know that G are indeed proactive on these matters, but it does make you wonder if this is all just the tip of the iceberg.
but it does make you wonder if this is all just the tip of the iceberg.
If it would be the tip of the iceberg we should notice this in our conversion stats but for the campaigns that were afected most conversions improved in this period.
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