Do you believe Google Adwords best practices and guides are designed to make you pay more per click?
I've been using Google's Adwords to grow my business and I have noticed by following Google's guidelines and suggestions I end up paying more per click. Google implies that I should focus on the few keywords that are most relevant to my business. My small and focused list is the heart of my advertising but my cpc is too high to get sufficient traffic. In response I am building a more broadly related keyword list and plan to bid much lower. I hope to get the volume of traffic I need by getting less expensive clicks from more keywords. Can I get some advice? Has this worked for you?
by Gordon Hamilton6 years ago
I only started regular use of the Google Adwords Tool fairly recently, in direct response to excellent advice given right here on Hub Pages. A couple of weeks ago, I started thinking about how many people search for...
by Elizabeth J Neal3 weeks ago
My hubpage is finally connected to Google Analytics after 3-4 months! Wow! It has taken me forever just to get it connected. My question is this: To receive traffic --> Is is necessary to...
by jpastor5 years ago
Have you ever got your google adwords and adsense banned?Have you ever got your google adwords and adsense banned? I Didn't know they would ban it due to my first hub post!
by madugundu krishna24 months ago
How I can promote my `Hubs' through the Google Adwords. What is the way? suggest me.
by troyjones8 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...
by watergeek4 years ago
What happened to Google AdWords? They've been "temporarily down for maintenance" for a week now.
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