Google Geotargeting

by The Guy March 20th, 2008 

One of my New Year's Wishes for 2008 was that Google would introduce a negative market option, much like negative keywords.

In short, I want all of Ontario, but not Ottawa.

Well, the new Google geo-targeting tool comes close, so I guess it's only a matter of time.

I had the opportunity to use it to day, creating a North American campaign… Well, North America sans Mexico. (Not that there's anything wrong with Mexico, just not part of my campaign needs.)

Click on North America bundle and viola! Canada, United States and Mexico. Click on Mexico and viola! There it is. Gone.

Perfect.

Now, can you please solve the issue of my needing 468 Ontario communities, but not the 649th.

Thanks much.

Have a good one.

~The (SEP) Guy

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One Response to “Google Geotargeting”

  1. UtahSEO says:

    This tool is tricky. You need to make sure you actually save the changes because it will seem like you have when you haven't. You have to make them, then go out one screen and then save.