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Old 01-07-2013, 07:58 PM
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My advice about Google adwords is be very specific about the search terms you pay for, and focus intently on the quality score. Use specific ad groups and your quality score should be at least eight for each keyword, otherwise you will end up paying a very high cost per click and it will not be profitable for you

When I first used ad words, I had no idea about quality score and ended up wasting thousands
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Also run a test of about $500 worth of advertising, and assuming your traffic is properly targeted with the right keywords, consider whether or not Words is going to be profitable for you. And have a good look at the other ads that are at the top spots, and see what they are doing because they are the most profitable businesses in your niche
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Use targeted keyword phrases to narrow down your market and raise your conversion rate. For example instead of using just "Chevrolet Tahoe" use "2014 Chevrolet Tahoe LS". Be specific with your keywords. You will get a better view rate that way and get people who are looking for that exact match will find you. You would also have to run some A, B, & C test ads to see which ad will give you better conversions. Also, depending on how you word your ad will effect your ctr as well. Hope that makes sense
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