Posted by: Evaldas Balcius

Posted on: June 6, 2012 3:25 pm

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Google Adwords shared library can be very useful tool for sharing common elements such as Google remarketing audiences, negative keyword lists and placement exclusions accross multiple Google Adwords campaigns.

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There are three sub-libraries available under the “shared libraries” on the left sidebar:

  • Audiences. This is the place where you can create and manage your¬† audiences for Google Remarketing campaigns. “Remarketing lists” will allow you to create a list of visitors who have recently visited your website¬† and “Custom Combinations” a tool for setting rules for multiple remarketing lists. (i.e include a remarketing list of people who have recently visited the website and exclude a list for visitors who filled an enquiry form)

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  • Campaign Negative Keywords. Negative keyword lists that you can use accross the multiple campaigns. This may be very useful tool for sharing lists of common negative keywords such as towns, counties, countries, competitor brand names or any other combination of negative keywords. Actually those lists can be very valuable, because you can always download these lists and use them for multiple client adwords accounts.

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  • Campaign Placement Exclusions. You can use this tool to share the placement exclusions accross the display network campaigns.

Posted by: Evaldas Balcius

Posted on: August 1, 2011 11:57 am

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As negative keywords management and selection being very complex task is very important to keep the keywords listed in small groups. Keeping negative keywords in small lists will make negative keyword management much easier, because you just can assign negative keywords list for multiple campaigns.

Lets say you are an online store selling wood flooring and want to avoid visitor who are looking for local store or showroom. So you can use negative keyword lists to add all the UK’s towns and counties.

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