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3 Ways To Track Clicks as Conversions in Adwords

3 Ways To Track Clicks as Conversions in Adwords

I went to an awesome seminar today run by Google!!! I learned and was reminded of many things. One of the topics that I was reminded about was the common question of “is it possible to Track Clicks as Conversions in Adwords.” Well the answer is yes! Here are 3 excellent blog posts that discuss the topic

1. How to Track Clicks as Conversions in Adwords

…using a Javascript code that opens an invisible iframe containing the AdWords (or any other tracking code) at clicks on the tagged links….


2. How To Track Clicks As Conversions in AdWords Using Google Analytics

– Here is a more recent article from the same blog that outlines 14 steps to:

…achieve the same goal by setting up Event Tracking as Goals in Google Analytics, and importing the goals into AdWords as conversion….

3. How to track a Google Adwords conversion onclick?

– This in another way of asking the question. This post provides an easier way than solution #1.

I was looking for the same, and found this piece of code :

<scripttype="text/javascript">  function trackConv(){          var google_conversion_id  =1234567890;          var google_conversion_label    ="LQV8CNq6RxCKlPbvAw";          image =newImage(1,1);          image.src ="  conversion/"+google_conversion_id+"/?label="+google_conversion_label  +"&script=0";  }  </script>

Then for links which you want to track just do this :


4 thoughts on “3 Ways To Track Clicks as Conversions in Adwords”

  • Cody Krecicki

    March 21, 2013 at 5:47 am

    Dude, I’ve been looking for this onClick code for an hour. Thank you.

    • Danny Gavin

      March 21, 2013 at 6:06 am

      So glad i could help – let me know if there are any projects that we could work on together – I see we have some synergies!

  • Steven

    September 27, 2013 at 8:19 pm


    Very nice solutions!
    I just want to know if I can get in some kind of trouble with Google if I implement these solutions. I mean, have you talked about this with a Google Adwords representative?

    Thanks in advance

    • Danny Gavin

      September 30, 2013 at 2:44 am

      Not sure why you would think it would be an issue? Google doesn’t care how you set up Conversions – they give you the liberty to set them up however you’d like.


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