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    Google adwords is a great way to target the main keywords. You can focus high competition and location based keywords to getting rank towards the website. THis tool also help for lead generation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdwordsGuru View Post
    Thanks Web Oracle, i'm delighted it helped. If you need any more info my email is info@ppcsuccess.co.uk
    With all due respect to you, I don't think that you read my post entirely... I was merely validating the advice that you gave.

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    Yes, I have used this to find keywords, also called keyword planner tools. It's helpful to bring the instant result on search engine as well as your business and sales.

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    Yes, I have using google adwords for keywords research and for adds you can also use it. This is the best tools for keywords research and for paid adds.

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    Yup pp. . .i have been used Google ad words keyword planner for creating good keyword for my website

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    Google AdWords is great when it comes to online advertising. You can select your own keywords and the geo locations as well for promoting the ads.

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    With almost fields, especially B2C market, AdWords is one of the best ways to promote business because it provides a channel for business to reach prospects directly when they have demand. However, AdWords is getting more and more competitive that require more effort to be successful on it

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    Google Ad words is the best way for Plan your keywords for website. Google Ad words also allow you to make a advertisement on your site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ketusoftware View Post
    google adwords is a good way to target the main keywords which has high competition and location based. It also helps in lead generation
    I have also used Google Ad words for pay per click method. I have given money to Google for advertising my website in the search engine and I think it is a good way to get promotion in a short period of time.

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    Hi everyone,

    I've created an Google AdWords course designed for small business owners and their staff.

    It's 39 lectures and covers everything you need to know to research, develop and optimise winning AdWords marketing campaigns for your business.

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    Section 1 – Advertising On Google: Core Principles

    Lecture 1: Intro: What Is Google AdWords? (07:14)
    Lecture 2: How Google Organises & Ranks Competing Adverts (07:27)
    Lecture 3: The Search & Display Networks (04:22)
    Lecture 4: The AdWords Account Dashboard (12:55)
    Lecture 5: Live Demonstration: The AdWords account dashboard (05:04)
    Lecture 6: Optimising Your Landing Pages To Improve Quality Scores (04:10)
    Lecture 7: Keyword Match Types (07:40)

    Section 2 – Building Your AdWords Campaigns

    Lecture 8: How To Research Profitable Keywords (05:55)
    Lecture 9: How To Structure Your AdWords Campaigns (06:07)
    Lecture 10: Live Demonstration: Adding keywords (03:44)
    Lecture 11: Live Demonstration: Adding negative keywords (02:07)
    Lecture 12: Writing Winning Text Adverts (07:07)
    Lecture 13: Dynamic Keyword Insertion Tokens (06:00)
    Lecture 14: Ad Extensions (06:17)
    Lecture 15: Live Demonstration: Ad Extensions (05:05)

    Section 3 – Remarketing On AdWords

    Lecture 16: What Is Remarketing? (04:15)
    Lecture 17: Live Demonstration: Setting Up Your Remarketing Campaign (03:40)

    Section 4 – Campaign Settings

    Lecture 18: Campaign Type (02:25)
    Lecture 19: Networks (00:52)
    Lecture 20: Devices (00:40)
    Lecture 21: Location Targeting (02:1
    Lecture 22: Languages (01:02)
    Lecture 23: Bid Strategy (5 slides)
    Lecture 24: Delivery Method (3 slides)

    Section 5 – Performance Tracking

    Lecture 25: Live Demonstration: Setting Up Conversion Tracking (03:00)
    Lecture 26: Live Demonstration: Linking AdWords to Analytics (03:22)

    Section 6 – Managing & Optimising Your AdWords Campaigns

    Lecture 27: Optimising Your AdWords Campaigns (12:49)
    Lecture 28: AB Split Testing (02:1

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    Lecture 29: Ad Group (Text)
    Lecture 30: Ad Position (1 slide)
    Lecture 31: Ad Rank (8 slides)
    Lecture 32: Click (Text)
    Lecture 33: Click Through Rates (CTR) (Text)
    Lecture 34: Daily Budget (Text)
    Lecture 35: Keyword (Text)
    Lecture 36: Impressions (Text)
    Lecture 37: Quality Score (9 slides)
    Lecture 38: Relevance (Text)

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