Duplicate keywords are same keywords present more than once in the same AdWords account. They compete against each other and end up dividing the traffic. The Keyword De-Duper optimization helps you to find duplicate keywords in your AdWords account within the same campaign or, across campaigns and recommends which duplicates you should keep and which ones you should pause.
It finds absolute duplicate keywords in your AdWords account - both within and across campaigns. Optmyzr analyzes the data and the system only suggest the best performing duplicate keyword to keep. The other duplicates can be paused from within the Optmyzr interface with just a click.
Suggested time interval: 14 days (If you add keywords every day, then run it more often.)
The system uses an algorithm to analyze the data and the performance, and it suggests the best performing duplicate keyword to keep and which ones should be paused. The other keywords can be paused from your Optmyzr account with just one click! The Basic mode looks for keywords with the same match type in the same campaign, and the Advanced mode looks for keywords with the same match type across campaigns.
To make sure it suggests exact duplicates (same network targeting and same match type), our system checks for campaign settings like target networks, advertising channels, language, location, age range, carrier, operating system version, mobile device, gender, proximity, platform, and Ad schedule. If the same keyword is present in two campaigns (one targeting the US and the other targeting Australia), the system will not consider it a duplicate. The suggestions by Optmyzr only show duplicates that have had at least one impression.
AdWords has to choose between the duplicate keywords to enter in the ad auction, getting the traffic divided, and affecting the performance. Sometimes, none of the duplicates get enough data to determine whether they are performing well or not, what affects the data collection that is required for the optimization.
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It might be because the campaign criteria (target location, language, ad schedule, etc.) is not the same for the campaigns that have the same keywords. The optimization doesn't consider them as duplicates, and it will only show results if the keywords have the exact match type, and the campaigns have the same criteria.
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