I received a $100 offer from Google in the mail to join their Google AdWords. So since I got this $100 bucks free (as long as i cancel before going over that dollar limit), is there any issues I should know about if I buy ads to direct people to either my hubpages or a personal site I buy that also displays Google Ads?
I'm trying to see if there is any downside I may be unaware of. Any help?
by Reginald Chan7 years ago
Here goes, when you look at at words, do you look for (when finding for good keyword):1. The most competition or the least?2. Most number of search or the least?I think I am getting a little mixed up here. Hope can get...
by Mark Johann4 years ago
This forum is intended for hubbers who use Google Adwords to drive more traffic to their hubs.
by arizonataylor7 years ago
I'm new to adwords, so I have some questions. I thought page ranking 1 was the highest. What is a page ranking of 0? Is it worth using that as a keyword to drive traffic? What exactly does 1.3 or...
by Little Nell7 years ago
I have had my adwords account suspended due to illicit clicking though we do not know who was doing this. Never had a payout ever. However though this was months ago adwords are still on my hubpages and I cannot...
by Sophia Angelique6 years ago
Hi, I've received a $100 gift card from Google adwords. So if one signs up, does anyone know if one hsa to provide them with a credit card number so that if forgets about it, it goes on to debit one's account...Thanks.
by Appletreedeals8 years ago
Maybe I'm have a brain-glitch, but...When I try using Google's adwords tool - which I used frequentlyI now get this message"Your session has expired. Please return to the AdWords homepage and login again."When...
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