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    Adwords Position Difference Between Firefox and IE?
    Hi everyone - I've noticed in the past, and now it seems even more prevalent, that ad position differs somewhat greatly between firefox and IE. To give an example, I searched for a keyword phrase, and noticed that in IE, my ad is listed at position 2 (on the right column), and position 25-30 (on the third page of right column).

    What in the world is going on, and does/has anyone seen the same thing? It's a bit frustrating when you're trying to adjust keywords, but can't seem to find a consistent position to go by.

    Any advice or ideas?

    Thanks

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    cookies that G keeps uses past searches to try and target results to you better as an individual, they alters the serps results based on the past. that past is different for your two copies of browsers since they each have their own cookies. clear G cookies from both browsers and you'll see the results are then identical.

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    Welp, that did the trick. Owe you two..

    Thanks, Donut.

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    Sprinkles and jelly filling, back at ya.

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