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FAQs – Summer Edition

or Answers to the questions you’ve been asking us most often lately.
By
Michaela Zákopčaníková
| Jun 24, 2019
If I rename my campaign or ad group in the Hierarchy settings, is a new campaign/group created, or does this just change the name? 
Only the name changes. No need to worry about your history, or the quality score of your existing ads.

I suspended key words in my ad system interface. Will these settings be copied into PPC Bee after the next synchronization?
PPC Bee won’t run any keywords which were manually suspended. 

Does PPC Bee support the creation of responsive ads? If not and if I create them in Google Ads, will PPC Bee delete them after the next synchronization? 
The app doesn’t support the creation of responsive ads at the moment, but they are included in our road map. Before we manage to implement them, you can set up responsive ads in Google Ads without having to worry about PPC Bee deleting them.

If there’s a change in the URL of a campaign’s data source, will PPC Bee update the URL?
If all data and columns remain the same and only the data source URL changes, it’s nothing PPC Bee couldn’t easily handle.



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