If you go to the AdWords website, they have some options for AdWords newbies. For example, you can call a telephone number (which one, depends on the country). Also you can use AdWords Starter which almost does all the work for you, as long as you tell them your keywords and budget. Other than that, the AdWords website has extensive help and FAQ.
There are many hubs here that will guide you to use Google Adwords tools especially how to it to have better SEO and SERP. just search the keyword.
by Audrey Selig 8 years ago
Did I get lucky or what? The only problem is that there is not much traffic. I spent a lot of time with Adwords Keyword tool, and I bought an SEO book by Michael Miller and asked a lot of questions in the forum. Thanks for all your help. Any comments?
by Jonathan Wylie 4 years ago
What are your strategies for finding good keywords for articles, and what factors do you associate with a good keyword or keyword phrase?
by Dennis L. Page 5 years ago
Please explain in detail how to pick high paying keywords?Although I have been writing for years, my weakness is in marketing my finished products. For those of us of the older generation, would someone please explain in the vernacular how to pick high paying keywords? Someone asked how they...
by Butch Tool 2 years ago
Hello, dear fellows, I am hoping that someone with more experience may be able to direct me to any free resources that will help me learn how to become an SEO master. Primarily, I want to learn how to do in-depth keyword research to pick great niches to write about that have a high payment on...
by oderog 9 years ago
Am asking this question to rate how am doing, how many pages view in a day would make you earn money from adsense
by Shil1978 3 years ago
What are the basics of SEO that every website owner should know?
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