Installing the tracking template is easy, but it does vary depending on which version of the AdWords interface you are on.

How do I know if I am using the old or new AdWords experience?

NOTE: If you are managing clients under an MCC account, the tracking template must be added at the account level. This means clicking on an individual user account that you want to use, before continuing with the instructions below.**

 See below for steps to each of the two interfaces:

Old AdWords Interface:

  1. Sign in to Google AdWords

      NOTE: For MCC Accounts, you must first select an Account from the list down               the left-hand side and then repeat the process per each account you wish to                 protect.

2. Click on “Shared Library” near the bottom left of the page

3. Select “URL Options” from the sub-menu on the left of the page

4. Make sure that “Auto-tagging” is set to “YES”


5. Copy and paste your tracking template (provided in your PPC Protect dashboard) in to the AdWords tracking template box

6. Click “Test” next to the tracking template box to verify that the template has been properly installed

Note: If the tracking template was already saved you may need to click “Edit” again for the “Test” button to show.
 

New AdWords Interface:

1. Sign in to Google AdWords

      NOTE: For MCC Accounts, you must first select an Account from the list down               the left-hand side and then repeat the process per each account you wish to                 protect.

2. Click “Settings” in the white/grey menu on the left hand side

3. Click the “Account Settings” tab near the top of the page

4. Click “Tracking Template” and paste your PPC Protect tracking template in there then click “Save”

5. Make sure “Auto-tagging” is set to “YES” and click “Save”

6. Click “Test” next to where you entered your PPC Protect tracking template to verify that the template has been properly installed

If you have any issues during the tracking template setup please contact help@ppcprotect.com and we will be happy to help out.

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