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Friday, February 23, 2007

AdWords Editor Version 3.0

Wow, I missed the news about a new version of AdWords Editor (3.0) being released this week - time to upgrade!

Here's the info:

Version 3.0

New features:

-Site targeting: AdWords Editor now provides full support for site-targeted campaigns.
-Negative sites: Add or edit
negative sites for keyword- and site-targeted campaigns.
-Edit while you wait: If you manage multiple accounts with AdWords Editor, edit another account while your changes post.
-Count your selection: The status bar now displays the number of rows you've selected in the data view.
-Pause or resume ads, keywords, and sites: Use the Status menu in the edit panel to change the status of selected items.


Updated features:

-Export to HTML: Your HTML export will show or hide deleted campaigns, depending on how you've configured your preferences. The HTML export is ideal for showing your account to someone who doesn't use AdWords Editor.
-Export to CSV: In addition to account, campaign, and ad group snapshots, you can now export custom views. The
CSV export is ideal for spreadsheets or other applications that can read structured data files.
-Paste to multiple ad groups: Select multiple destination ad groups via the Edit menu > Paste Special.


I'm really looking forward to checking out the "edit while you wait" feature. No more using a separate PC to post huge updates:-)

Here are the official release notes:
http://www.google.com/intl/en/adwordseditor/releasenotes.html

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1 Comments:

At 2:27 PM, Anonymous Tim said...

And it's SO much faster in downloading and displaying the stats esp. after a advanced search, etc.

 

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