Enter your campaign details in the fields and the generator will produce a csv file that you can import into Google’s Adwords Editor. It follows the approach advocated by Mike Rhodes of WebSavvy of creating an AdGroup per keyword/keyphrase. Clicking “Generate” will create the csv file and automatically download the file. From there, cut and paste into Adwords Editor. Any information you enter into this tool is for the purposes of creating your csv file only. No information is retained by us.

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Two small known bugs/glitches. Firstly it escapes any data you enter so characters like apostrophes will have a \ in front.  To remove, just do a find and replace in Excel for \.  Secondly if you create modified broad keywords with this tool, when you open it in Excel it will, in it’s wisdom, add an = in front of the cell contents.  To get round this, highlight the keyword column, change the cell formatting to text, then do a find replace for the equals sign.  Easy!

Campaign Details





Keywords (one keyword/keyphrase per line):

Include:

Broad
Modified Broad
Phrase
Exact

Campaign Level Negative Keywords (one keyword/keyphrase per line):

Ads:

To use the keyords in the ad place {keywords} in the fields below (except destination URL). Use the "alternate box" to define what you want if the keyword/keyphrase exceeds the character limit for that field. If a field goes red you have exceeded the character limit for that field as set by Google.

Ad 1:



















Ad 2: