Is there a way to see these exact queries? Note Googles Answer below.
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AnnaMarie: Hello Troy. Thanks for contacting Google AdWords. I’m happy to help you.
AnnaMarie: I’d be happy to help you with your search query report.
AnnaMarie: May I have your account number so that I can pull up your report?
Troy Perkins: 1 sec
AnnaMarie: Thanks Troy.
Troy Perkins: ***********************
AnnaMarie: It will just be a moment while I pull up your account.
AnnaMarie: Which client is it for?
Troy Perkins: I am running search word query reports for ************ client and the top two lines state # of unique words
Troy Perkins: I would like to see these words not have a summarized total.
AnnaMarie: Unfortunately, that is not an option currently.
AnnaMarie: Since only a few people searched on these variations we don’t list them out.
Troy Perkins: what causes the words to be summarized? Is is word count?
AnnaMarie: It’s the number of other unique keywords that were queried.
AnnaMarie: So it isn’t exactly word count.
Troy Perkins: so if there are how many, it begins to summarize?
AnnaMarie: Does that make sense?
AnnaMarie: I see what you’re asking.
Troy Perkins: I was think there might be a work around by setting shorter time reports and doing mutliple reports to see them all. Make sense?
AnnaMarie: We’ve established a threshold so that once a keyword has a specific number of impressions, it’ll be listed individually.
AnnaMarie: No there isn’t a work around right now Troy.
AnnaMarie: But, I will definitely pass on your feedback.
Troy Perkins: One second please
AnnaMarie: Of course.
Troy Perkins: Just to make sure we’re on the same page. There is no way to see what these words are: 58 other unique queries <-field in report
AnnaMarie: Are you using Google Analytics?
Troy Perkins: Yes, I am, is this data available there?
AnnaMarie: Actually no there isn’t. I thought it might be.
AnnaMarie: However it turns out that it isn’t!
AnnaMarie: Sorry I got your hopes up!
Troy Perkins: Is there someone that I can talk to or request this change take place?
AnnaMarie: No there isn’t. This report actually only recently became available. So it is an improvement from what we had befo
Troy Perkins: But you will pass it along as a request?
AnnaMarie: Of course Troy. I will let the technical team know. Though I believe this has already been requested.
Troy Perkins: Thank you Anna for your time. Bye Now
AnnaMarie: Again, I really do apologize for the inconvenience. However, the majority of search queries are listed.
AnnaMarie: You’re welcome.