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From version 17, this feature is not available anymore. To use Google AdWords, see the corresponding Google API: https://developers.google.com/adwords/api/docs/guides/start
Google AdWords proposes the "Traffic Estimator" service. This service is used to get the estimated traffic regarding the keywords: number of clicks per day, cost per click, etc
This service can be used to estimate:
  • an isolated keyword,
  • the keywords of an ad group,
  • the keywords of a campaign.
You can for example estimate a keyword by taking into account (or not) the criteria for geographical targeting of the campaign.
This help page explains how to use this service with the WLanguage functions.
Remark: In the interface of Google AdWord, this service corresponds to the tool for traffic estimate.
Reminder: To handle the Google AdWords service by programming, you must necessarily use the Google AdWords APIs. These APIs have a cost associated to them. GglAdWGetMethodCost is used to estimate the cost of each function.
Warning: Before using a feature linked to Google services, we strongly recommend that you check the license for using this service. Some restrictions may apply. The content of the licenses may change over time.
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Caution: If you are using a proxy to access Internet, the proxy must be configured (Proxy) to use the Google functions.
How to proceed?

Using the "Traffic Estimator" service

To use the "Traffic estimator" service:
  1. Create a gglAdWKeywordRequest variable. This variable contains all the characteristics of the keyword for which the traffic estimate must be performed.
  2. Create (if necessary) a gglAdWAdGroupRequest variable and a gglAdWCampaignRequest variable to estimate the keywords linked to an ad group or to a campaign.
    Remark: The estimate of an existing or new element is defined by the presence of ..Identifier in the different variables. For example, to estimate the keywords of a new campaign, all you have to do is create a gglAdWCampaignRequest variable with ..Identifier not filled. To estimate the keywords of an existing campaign, all you have to do is create a gglAdWCampaignRequest variable by specifying the identifier of an existing campaign in ..Identifier.
  3. Run the function corresponding to your search:
    Versions 14 and later
    New in version 14
    Returns the estimated traffic generated by the keywords for a set of groups of Google AdWords ads.
    Versions 14 and later
    New in version 14
    Returns the estimated traffic generated by the keywords found in a set of Google AdWords advertising campaigns.
    Versions 14 and later
    New in version 14
    Returns the estimated traffic generated by a set of Google AdWords keywords.
  4. Depending on the type of estimation performed, the estimation result can correspond to:
Minimum version required
  • Version 14
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