Now .. I don't need an adwords account as I'm not an advertiser, however, I want to buy market samurai which means that for it to be effective, I NEED to have an account.
That in itself isn't a problem but I'm a bit concerned that if I don't use my account, google will ban it and much much worse .. may even take my adsense account with it ...
I've no experience with Adwords so I'm a bit ignorant and would appreciate anyones thoughts on this ... especially if you use market samurai
by EmpressFelicity7 years ago
The last couple of Adsense clicks I've had have been worth 1p (about 1.5 cents). I didn't realise it was possible for clicks to be that small in value! Can anyone shed any light? (These are actual...
by Edweirdo7 years ago
Hi all!I've searched around the forums and haven't found an answer to this one, so I thought I'd post a question here for those hubbers who have more experience at keyword research than I...When I do research using the...
by Sharilee Swaity6 years ago
Hi ... I just called Google, and they said my Adwords Account had been flagged, and had been in place for over three years! I just started a Adwords Account about a month ago, just to check on keywords!!!!Apparently, I...
by deosfluviatilis7 years ago
It keeps kicking me over to log in at Adwords. It'll give you about a minute, long enough to start a search and be scrolling through results, and then it'll switch you over.So I guess this means no more keyword tool...
by abidareacode7 years ago
Three days ago I received a letter from google about google adwords.Can any one tell me what is it and what is the advantage of using it?
by Jeff2 years ago
I have tried to look up and read articles posted from other Hubpages authors on AdWords. All of them seem to involve instruction on how to use the tool itself, but I cannot find one that can explain to me how I...
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