Easy To Use AdWords Scripts: Part 2
January 25, 2013
Yesterday fellow PPC Hero, Eric introduced the topic of using AdWords scripts. We had a really great response to that, so I thought I’d go through and show those of you who are more visual learners how to implement these simple scripts. We’re going to look through the Ad Performance and the Keyword Performance Report – hope you find the video useful.
Here’s the link to the Google Developers Scripts page for those of you following along at home.
We’d love to hear from you if you have your own scripts you want to share!
Edit: The good people over at Google contacted me to let me know that you can’t make changes to the AdWords script from scripts.google.com as I falsely claimed, only from the AdWords interface.
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