Finding the Google Mobile Keyword Tool

posted June 15th, 2009

Google’s mobile keyword tool moved with the AdWords redesign. When I was looking for it the other day I wondered for a minute if Google had eliminated it from the new version of AdWords. I was happy to find that this wasn’t the case.

I’m thinking many of you may have the same concerns, as I’m seeing an increase in searches to this site related to the tool. For you, here’s a quick walkthrough to help  locate the new home of the Google mobile keyword tool:

1. As before, drill down to your mobile ad group in your mobile campaign.

2. Select “Add Keywords”

3. Bypass the input box and select keyword tool to the right.

4. Mobile keyword tool appears, with results tailored to mobile searches.

The tool has the same functionality as the old tool, but it’s in a different place. Hope this helps a few of you locate it, if you were having trouble.

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5 Responses to “Finding the Google Mobile Keyword Tool”

  1. Adrian says:

    This doesn’t work for me. Probably because i can’t seem to create an adgroup or campaign that uses only mobile. it asks for search or content as well. any ideas?

  2. Adrian says:

    …. everything except the ‘tailored to mobile’ works, is what i mean…

  3. Hi Adrian,

    Are you creating a mobile ad within a mobile ad group? This tip only works if the ad group is associated with a mobile-specific search ad.

    Best,
    Bryson

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  5. DN says:

    This doesn’t work for me. Probably because i can’t seem to create an adgroup or campaign that uses only mobile. it asks for search or content as well. any ideas?






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