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The call log - available only on the search network - uses Google Redirection Numbers to track the power of your direct dial or ad. If you turn on call tracking, we'll give your ad a Google Redirect number. This way you can see the call detail and counting as the conversion.
Customers' phone conversations are forwarded via a Google Call Transfer number, which you can use to collect information about the call. To see who is phoning you, the Call-ID still works for a call forwarded via Google Redirection numbers (except in India). Check all call history from your advertisements and optimise your campaign using this information.
It noticed that a tourist agency had received more phone conversations since the addition of extension numbers and wanted to better identify this type of telephone use. Looking through the information, she sees that a call longer than two min tends to result in a sale, so she opts to include these conversations as a conversion. Later she sees that her conversations come from people calling in area 717, so she decided to direct her advertisements to the corresponding area.
Wherever possible, Google Redirection numbers are shared by the same area codes or prefix numbers as your company. Otherwise, a locale number dialing prefix or a geographical area prefix will be used instead. Sometimes a Google Redirect number may not be available locally. In this case, your ad will display a toll-free Google Redirect number instead.
Forward Google numbers are either toll-free, which is equal to a locale number or a locale number. You can currently find Google Redirection numbers in the following countries: