Google Ads (formerly known as Google AdWords) is an online advertising platform developed by Google, where you pay to display service offerings, advertisements, or other calls to action. These ads can be known as CPC (cost per click) campaigns and it is important to know if they are having the desired impact on your business.
If you plan on tracking these Google Ad keywords in Leadfeeder you must have them set up so that Leadfeeder can get all of the information you need.
First, you will need to make sure that Leadfeeder is connected to the Google Analytics View on the site, we can't connect directly to a Google Ads account or remarketing script. You would have linked to a GA view when you signed up, but you can read more about that here.
You also want to make sure that your Google Analytics account and your Google Ads account are linked. This will make sure that the information we see from Google Analytics has your Google Ads data connected to it! This article reviews how and why you should link your Ads and Analytics account.
Once your Google Analytics and Google Ads accounts are linked you will want to make sure 'auto-tagging' is enabled in Google Ads. Auto-tagging will attach an identifying parameter to the URL your visitors' click. Google Analytics and Leadfeeder can use the information from auto-tagged URLs to tell you which Google Ads keywords brought a visitor to your site and which campaign that keyword was from. For more information on auto-tagging, including how to enable it, read the article here.
NOTE: At the moment it's not possible to add GA4 views to Leadfeeder. Also, please note that at the moment Google Ads data is updated in Leadfeeder once a day.
Once your accounts are linked and auto-tagging is enabled, you should be able to see these Google keywords when they are tied to a Leadfeeder identified visit!