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Google Ads Automated Rules Conditions Not Sticking

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Google Ads Automated Rules Conditions Not Sticking

Google may have a bug with the Google Ads automated rules where the conditions you set up are not sticking. Automated rules let you make changes in your account automatically, based on settings and conditions you choose but those conditions are not being used for some reason.

I spotted this issue first via James Svoboda’s tweet where he said “Anyone else have issues with Google Ads Automated Rules NOT keeping Conditions when you save them and just running them for EVERYTHING?” Turns out, others are having the issue, and Ginny Marvin, the Google AdsLiaison, replied saying “Thanks for flagging — looking into it.”

Here are some of the complaints:

Google wrote “automated rules let you make changes in your account automatically, based on settings and conditions you choose. You can change your ad status, budget, bids, and more. For example, if you want to boost your keyword bid any time your ad falls off the first page of results, you can set a rule for that. In addition, you can use automated rules to trigger emails, without taking any other action, when specific conditions occur.” Here are more details in the help documentation.

But if the conditions do not work, then that is not going to save you time but take up more of your time. Google is aware of the possible issue and looking into it.

Forum discussion at Twitter.

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Flash Dressed Crocodile Toy On Google’s John Mueller’s Desk

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Flash Dressed Crocodile On John Mueller Desk

John Mueller posted this photo on Twitter saying he found this Flash dressed crocodile toy by his desk when he was in the office the other day.

I am not sure if there is an inside joke here, hence the joke being inside… But is funny either way.

This post is part of our daily Search Photo of the Day column, where we find fun and interesting photos related to the search industry and share them with our readers.

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