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Which of these is NOT possible when you link your AdWords account to Google Analytics?

Create remarketing lists in Analytics to use in AdWords campaigns

View AdWords click and cost data alongside your site engagement data in Google Analytics

Adjust keyword bids inside Google Analytics

Import Analytics goals and transactions into AdWords as conversions

The correct answer is:

Explanation

Explanation:

Linking your AdWords account to your Analytics property lets you see the full customer cycle, from how they interact with your marketing (e.g., seeing ad impressions, clicking ads) to how they finally complete the goals you’ve set for them on your site (e.g., making purchases, consuming content).
Read more here: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1033961

Link/unlink AdWords and Analytics

Linking your AdWords account to your Analytics property lets you see the full customer cycle, from how they interact with your marketing (e.g., seeing ad impressions, clicking ads) to how they finally complete the goals you’ve set for them on your site (e.g., making purchases, consuming content).

See ad and site performance data in the AdWords reports in Analytics.
Import Analytics goals and Ecommerce transactions into your AdWords account.
Import Analytics metrics like Bounce Rate, Avg. Session Duration, and Pages/Session into your AdWords account.
Enhance your AdWords remarketing with Analytics Remarketing and Dynamic Remarketing.
Get richer data in the Analytics Multi-Channel Funnels reports.
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Benefits of Linking your Google Analytics and Adwords Accounts

Before you start, make sure that you’re using a Google Account that has Edit permission for the Analytics property and Administrative access for the AdWords account(s).
Note: These permissions are only required for the linking process. After you’ve created the link, the permissions can be modified or removed entirely.
Link AdWords and Analytics
The linking wizard makes it easy to link your AdWords account(s) to multiple views of your Analytics property. If you have multiple Analytics properties that want to link to your AdWords account(s), complete the linking process for each property.

Sign in to Google Analytics..

Note: You can also open Analytics from within your AdWords account. Click the Tools tab, select Analytics, and then follow the rest of these instructions.
Click Admin and navigate to the property you want to link.
In the PROPERTY column, click AdWords Linking.
Click + NEW LINK GROUP
Select the AdWords accounts you want to link, then click Continue.
Turn linking ON for each view in the property in which you want AdWords data.
Optionally, select Enable Google Display Network Impression Reporting to also include that data in each view.
If you’ve already enabled auto-tagging in your AdWords accounts, or if you want to let the linking process automatically enable auto-tagging in your AdWords accounts, skip to the next step (9).

However, if you want to manually tag your AdWords links, click Advanced settings > Leave my auto-tagging settings as they are.
Click Link accounts.
Congratulations! Your accounts are now linked. If you opted to use auto-tagging (recommended), Analytics will start automatically associating your AdWords data with customer clicks.

When you link an AdWords account and an Analytics property, anyone with access to the view(s) you selected during linking will be able to see your imported AdWords data. Likewise, if you choose to import Analytics data (goals/Ecommerce transactions, metrics, or Remarketing lists) into your AdWords account, anyone with access to that AdWords account will be able to see your imported Analytics data.
Edit a link group
Once you’ve created a link group, you can add or remove AdWords accounts and Analytics views from that link group. You can also rename the link group.

If you want to remove all of your AdWords accounts from your link group, follow the instructions for unlinking (in the next section).

To edit a link group:

Sign in to Google Analytics..
Note: You can also quickly open Analytics from within your AdWords account. Click the Tools tab, select Analytics, and then follow the rest of these instructions.
Click Admin and navigate to the property whose AdWords linking you want to edit.
In the PROPERTY column, click AdWords Linking.
In the table, click the link group that you want to edit.
To add or remove AdWords accounts from your link group, click Edit in the Select linked AdWords accounts section, and check or uncheck the boxes next to those accounts.
To add or remove Analytics views, click Edit in the Link configuration section. Turn linking on or off as necessary.
Click Save.
Unlink Analytics and AdWords
If you want to unlink all of the AdWords accounts in a link group from your Analytics property, you need to delete the entire link group.

If you have multiple AdWords accounts in a link group and want to unlink only some of your accounts from your Analytics property, follow the Edit a link group instructions in the previous section.

To delete an entire link group:

Sign in to Google Analytics..
Note: You can also quickly open Analytics from within your AdWords account. Click the Tools tab, select Analytics, and then follow the rest of these instructions.
Click Admin and navigate to the property you want to unlink.
In the PROPERTY column, click AdWords Linking.
In the table, click the link group that you want to delete.
Click Delete link group.
In the confirmation pop-up, click Delete.
Keep in mind, if you delete a link group, all data will stop flowing between your AdWords and Analytics accounts:

The correct answer is:

Link/unlink AdWords and Analytics

Which of these is NOT possible when you link your AdWords account to Google Analytics?
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Which of these is NOT possible when you link your AdWords account to Google Analytics?