Have you set up a Google AdWords pay-per-click campaign by choosing some keywords, writing an ad, and then letting them run? To give you a sense of the kinds of adjustments you should be making to your accounts, here are five AdWords fine-tuning options you should never overlook
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When it comes to pay-per-click advertising, should you bid on keywords relating to a competitor's brands and products? There isn't an easy answer to this popular question. In fact, there are two distinct schools of thought on this matter.
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A low-quality score is the kiss of death when it comes to your pay-pricing click advertising (PPC) campaigns. Google and the other search engines will charge you a lot more money, and display your ads a lot less often, if they feel your keywords, ad copy, and landing pages don’t stack up well to what searchers want or are expecting.
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One of the biggest concerns website owners have about pay-per-click advertising is that the traffic they generate from their ads will not make up for the money they spend on clicks. It all comes down to return-on-investment, ensuring that the money spent on ads is covered and exceeded by lead conversions. If you are apprehensive about PPC marketing, the tips below will provide a guaranteed blueprint for your success.