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AdWords provides valuable insights into campaign performance such as ad impressions, clicks, clickthrough rates etc. However, AdWords tracking can help advertisers achieve a lot more. From information about what devices are best working for you to traffic segregation of different Google advertising networks, advertisers can access this information by including tracking settings under URL options. Tracking each click, it’s whereabouts, and following it up is an excellent way of running successful campaigns. Let’s dig in…

URL Parameters are extensions to a website’s URLs. They carry information about the click that led a user to the website or a page on that site. URL parameters consist of a key and its corresponding value. The key and the value are separated by an equals sign (=). Multiple key-value sets are joined by an ampersand (&). And the first parameter should always come following a question mark (?) in any given URL. E.g.:…

Custom parameters are a variety of URL parameter which advertisers can add to the landing page URLs of their ads. Custom parameters record an advertiser-defined value for each click on their ads. In this article, I will explain the steps that you need to follow to enable these parameters at different levels of your account. Determine the level Advertisers can create three custom parameters at all the different levels of an AdWords account except the…