We are really happy and proud to release AWQL.me, the first free tool to visualize the results of your AWQL queries in one click.
What’s the point ?
AWQL – AdWords Query Language – is the powerful query language used by Google Adwords. It’s an SQL-like language which allows to perform queries on most common Adwords API services. You can also use it for Adwords reporting too.
Even if AWQL is inspired by SQL, it doesn’t allow all the SQL tips like join and group. The language is really interesting to be able to search in your Adwords data.
A query example:
SELECT CampaignId, CampaignName, Clicks, Impressions FROM CAMPAIGN_PERFORMANCE_REPORT WHERE Impressions < 100 DURING 20131001,20131031
Google recommend using AWQL as an easy way to retrieve data from your AdWords campaigns. You will find a lot of help in the Google Adwords help center.
But, since today, there wasn’t any services to visualize the results of your AWQL queries easily. With AWQL.me, you can now see the result in one click and be sure that your queries are ok.
AWQL becomes easier
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Autocompletion: no need for you to know all AWQL tips![/symple_column] [symple_column size=”one-half” position=”first”]
Help messages included: for more information about AWQL syntax.
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Why free ?
A few weeks ago, we launched our automatic Adwords reporting service, SunnyReports. During SunnyReports development process, we needed a tool to quickly verify the AWQL queries generated for our WYSIWYG interface. As no such tool existed, we decide to build our own.
Now that SunnyReports is live, we don’t want to keep this great tool four ourselves, so we decided to make it available for free.