How to filter campaigns with the Flowboost Labelizer script?
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Efficiently segment campaigns
Are you struggling to isolate specific campaigns for analysis with the Flowboost Labelizer script?
Perhaps, like many, you’re not interested in including branded shopping campaigns in your overall data.
The Flowboost Labelizer is a robust script developed to streamline your Google Ads management process.
This dynamic tool does two crucial things: it allows you to analyze product performance and, more importantly for today’s topic, it uses labels to segment your campaigns.
However, its capabilities are not limited to brand versus non-brand campaigns.
With Flowboost Labelizer, the potential structures you can analyze are practically limitless.
Let’s look at how you can harness the Flowboost Labelizer to analyze specific campaigns in just three steps:
Step 1: Add a Label to Your Campaigns
Your first move is to categorize your campaigns effectively. This is where the ‘label’ feature of the Flowboost Labelizer comes in handy.
In this case, for the branded campaigns, label your branded campaigns – this way, the tool can easily identify and segregate them from the rest.
Step 2: Add the Label Name to the Config
Once your campaigns have been labeled appropriately, it’s time to let the script know what to look for.
Add the label name to the configuration settings of the Flowboost Labelizer.
This will enable the script to focus on the labeled campaigns when it runs its analysis.
Step 3: Run the Script
With your labeled campaigns and configurations in place, all that’s left is to execute the script.
Run the Flowboost Labelizer and watch as it filters and analyzes only your specific campaigns.
Remember, using this method might limit the number of conversions taken into account during the analysis.
As with any tool, we advise a consistent process of trial and error.
Try experimenting with different structures and configurations to see what works best for your unique needs.
In conclusion, the Flowboost Labelizer brings a high degree of specificity and control to your Google Ads analysis process. It’s a powerful tool for marketers who want to dive deep into their campaign performance, particularly those seeking to separate their branded and non-branded campaign data. Follow the three-step guide above, and see how it can enhance your Google Ads experience.
Stay tuned for the next post in our series as we delve deeper into the Flowboost Labelizer’s features and capabilities. If you have any questions or need further guidance on the tool, don’t hesitate to reach out.
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