Google: Domain Not Forever Attached To AdWords Ads Group

Nov 11, 2013 - 8:46 am 5 by
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Google AdWords Ring ForeverThere is an interesting question and answer in the Google AdWords Help forums about how tied are ad groups to the domain names in those ad groups.

Tommy asked Google, "Is there any validity to the idea that since there is a 'history' of everything in our accounts that once a domain is added to an ad group, that domain is partially/forever attached to that ad group?"

Google's Charvi said no. Charvi explained in more detail:

No, it's not the case that a domain is partially/ forever attached to the ad group even if it's deleted. We've seen this a few times, only in the situation in which the new ads (with domain website2.com) are created immediately after deleting the older ones (with domain website1.com). Waiting ~5 minutes or so between the two events should avoid this anomaly.

I think the perception was that this was the case but Google says no, so it is good to clear it up.

Forum discussion at Google AdWords Help.

 

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