Guide: Using Google AdWords with Databox
Google AdWords allows you to get targeted PPC internet marketing for your business the moment people search for it. You only pay when they click. Generate a quick overview for all of your add success in one place.
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How to connect Google AdWords with Databox
Here's how to find your AdWords customer ID:
- Sign in to your AdWords account.
- Look in the top right corner of any page.
- Find the “Customer ID” above your email address.
That's it! You have successfully connected your Google AdWords account with Databox!
How to build a Google AdWords databoard
You can build a Google AdWords databoard using one of the following methods:
- Use one of our recommended templates
- Use the Wizard tool
- Start from scratch and customize it in any way you want
Follow these steps in the web application:
Once a template is pulled into your account, you have the ability to customize the databoard using the Databox Designer.
But that's not all! Follow this link to access even more of our Google AdWords templates.
Creating a blank Databoard
If you decide not to use a prebuilt template, you have the option of using the Wizard or the Designer to create a new databoard. In this article, you can read about how to create a new databoard using these methods.
Most popular Google AdWords metrics
|Shows the number of times your ad is displayed to the target audience.||Shows the number of clicks on your ads.||Shows the actual advertising amount that you spend on your campaigns, ad groups, ads or keywords.|
|Avg. CPC||Conversions||Impressions by Campaigns|
|Shows the cost of all clicks divided by the number of clicks on your ad (cost per click).||Shows the number of user actions that have taken place on your website. This includes purchases, sign-ups, leads or pageviews.||Shows the number of times your ad is displayed to the target audience, split up by campaign.|
Google AdWords Query Builder
In order to make the Google Analytics connector as robust as possible, we have created the Query Builder. This allows you to access even more metrics than we offer by default.
To learn more about the Google Analytics Query Builder, read this article.