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Google.Api.Ads.AdWords.v201809.GeoTargetTypeSetting Class Reference

Represents a collection of settings related to ads geotargeting. More...

Inheritance diagram for Google.Api.Ads.AdWords.v201809.GeoTargetTypeSetting:
Google.Api.Ads.AdWords.v201809.Setting

Classes

class  Fields
 List of all supported fields for the GeoTargetTypeSetting class. More...
 
class  FilterableFields
 List of all supported filterable fields for the GeoTargetTypeSetting class. More...
 
class  SelectableFields
 List of all supported selectable fields for the GeoTargetTypeSetting class. More...
 

Properties

GeoTargetTypeSettingPositiveGeoTargetType positiveGeoTargetType [get, set]
 The setting used for positive geotargeting in this particular campaign. More...
 
bool positiveGeoTargetTypeSpecified [get, set]
 
GeoTargetTypeSettingNegativeGeoTargetType negativeGeoTargetType [get, set]
 The setting used for negative geotargeting in this particular campaign. More...
 
bool negativeGeoTargetTypeSpecified [get, set]
 
- Properties inherited from Google.Api.Ads.AdWords.v201809.Setting
string SettingType [get, set]
 Indicates that this instance is a subtype of Setting. Although this field is returned in the response, it is ignored on input and cannot be selected. Specify xsi:type instead. More...
 

Detailed Description

Represents a collection of settings related to ads geotargeting.

AdWords ads can be geotargeted using Location of Presence (LOP), Area of Interest (AOI), or both. LOP is the physical location of the user performing the search; AOI is the geographical region in which the searcher is interested. For example, if a user in New York City performs a search "hotels california", their LOP is New York City and their AOI is California.

Additionally, ads can be positively or negatively geotargeted. An ad that is positively geotargeted to New York City only appears to users whose location is related (via AOI or LOP) to New York City. An ad that is negatively geotargeted to New York City appears for all users except those whose location is related to New York City. Ads can only be negatively geotargeted if a positive geotargeting is also supplied, and the negatively geotargeted region must be contained within the positive region.

Geotargeting settings allow ads to be targeted in the following way:

  • Positively geotargeted using solely AOI, solely LOP, or either.
  • Negatively geotargeted using solely LOP, or both.

Property Documentation

GeoTargetTypeSettingNegativeGeoTargetType Google.Api.Ads.AdWords.v201809.GeoTargetTypeSetting.negativeGeoTargetType
getset

The setting used for negative geotargeting in this particular campaign.

Again, the campaign can be negatively targeted using solely LOP or both AOI and LOP. Negative targeting triggers ads for all users except those whose location is related to the given locations.

The default value is DONT_CARE.

bool Google.Api.Ads.AdWords.v201809.GeoTargetTypeSetting.negativeGeoTargetTypeSpecified
getset

true, if a value is specified for negativeGeoTargetType, false otherwise.

GeoTargetTypeSettingPositiveGeoTargetType Google.Api.Ads.AdWords.v201809.GeoTargetTypeSetting.positiveGeoTargetType
getset

The setting used for positive geotargeting in this particular campaign.

Again, the campaign can be positively targeted using solely LOP, solely AOI, or either. Positive targeting triggers ads only for users whose location is related to the given locations.

The default value is DONT_CARE.

bool Google.Api.Ads.AdWords.v201809.GeoTargetTypeSetting.positiveGeoTargetTypeSpecified
getset

true, if a value is specified for positiveGeoTargetType, false otherwise.


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