* Google AdWords Help

To get started with the Google AdWords connector, just add an account, then make your queries! On the Analytics Edge ribbon bar, click the Google AdWords button and select the Accounts menu item. More

Accounts – Google AdWords

ad-accountsFor security reasons, Analytics Edge stores your account information on your computer, not in the workbooks. Accounts are stored using Reference names, and the queries use a Reference name to identify which account to use. More


ad-customersThis Analytics Edge wizard lets you download the list of customer ids for your account. With regular AdWords accounts, it will list your account, but for MCC accounts, it will list all customer accounts associated with the MCC account. More


You can select from preset date ranges similar to what is available in the AdWords web interface, or you can pick a combination of start and end, start and duration, or end and duration. More


The fields available for each report are listed in three groupings: Segments (used to group metrics), Attributes (settings or other fixed data) and Metrics (numerical performance data). More


To add filters to your report, select a combination of the column, criteria and value, and then click the Add button. Multiple filters will be AND-ed, meaning the report will contains rows that pass all the filters. More


The Google Analytics Connector for Analytics Edge should automatically activate a 30 day free trial period. If you purchase a license, enter the purchased licensed code in the Google AdWords > License wizard and Submit to activate the new license. More


The Analytics Edge Google AdWords Connector provides access to all the reports available from the AdWords API. When you open the Reports wizard, you will see a number of tabs: Reports, Fields, Filters, Dates and Sort. More


The Sort tab lets you determine the sort order of the results of your query. Select the column and click the Ascending or Descending button to add a sorting rule. Sorting rules are applied in order, where matching values in the first sorted column are ordered by the next rule. More