How I can promote my `Hubs' through the Google Adwords. What is the way? suggest me.
The best way to do this is to identify low competition but relatively high value Ad words and then write a Hub that contains quality content incorporating that word or phrase several times.
by troyjones 11 years ago
I'm building a free tool for creating Google Adwords. What features would you like to see?Quality Score is one of the determining factors in the CPC that Google charges you as an advertiser. I'm building a free tool in PHP to generate ads from a list of keywords. The tool will allow you...
by EmpressFelicity 10 years ago
...guess what? It seems that unless I'm missing something, you now need to have an AdWords account to get the keyword tool to show the estimated average CPC for a keyword/phrase. If you don't have an AdWords account, you can *sort* by CPC, but you can't actually view the CPC column any...
by uptwobucks 7 years ago
What is your opinion of Google Adwords?Do you think they are catering to the corporations and have forgotten about the smaller companies? Just take a look at the cost of pay-per-click and you'll see exactly what I mean.
by satishkale 9 years ago
Yes, Good Adwords and Yahoo ads are a good marketing methods for PPC. Your ads come to big area, it means your ads come to most of the counties in the world.If you think about PPC, let check the buget. It is very important to organize your marketing campaign.If the customers just stay at a few...
by Susette Horspool 7 years ago
What happened to Google AdWords? They've been "temporarily down for maintenance" for a week now.
by Kathleen Odenthal 3 years ago
Do you use any online advertising tools?I run a small business that has just recently started to make enough money that we can afford online advertising. I don't know where to start though. My first thought is Google, but I am sure it is expensive and honestly it confuses me, so I wanted to see if...
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