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what variable can we use to get the full search term?

The {keyword} variable doesn't say what was the search term that the user w

     
2:08 pm on Oct 10, 2016 (gmt 0)

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The {keyword} variable doesn't say what was the search term that the user was looking for
it simply says what is the keyword that triggered the ad

We are using this www.domain.com/keyword={keyword}
what variable can we use to get the full search term?
4:15 pm on Oct 10, 2016 (gmt 0)

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I don't think G likes passing the search term in the URL, for privacy reasons, so I don't think it's an available parameter.
[support.google.com...]

For AdWords PPC, this data is (mostly) in AdWords, you can analyze it there.
See Search Terms.
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is it possible to get this data by using adwords api?
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3:54 pm on Oct 16, 2016 (gmt 0)

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Google analytics has that information. Just go to Acquisition -> AdWords -> Search Queries.