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Make AdWords Metrics Work For You

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emmadavis | Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

Filed under: PPC Tips & Advice, Technology

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Success can be measured in many different ways when it comes to pay-per-click search advertising. Still, it helps to know your way around the metrics that the Google AdWords platform uses to determine performance in a PPC campaign. Each metric has important performance data you can learn from, and when viewed together, these measurements can give you an illuminating report on the progress of your PPC advertising. Want to know more about what each AdWords metric means? Read on. Read More »

Six Essential Steps For Adwords Success

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Robert | Tuesday, August 10th, 2010

Filed under: Advanced, Basic, Intermediate, PPC Tips & Advice

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Adwords Can Be So Devious?:
Adwords is intended to look so easy that a child could succeed. However, the fact is that the contrary is true. Rarely can you succeed at Adwords without knowing the ins and outs of how to make it work to your advantage.

We’ve discovered many other devious traps embedded in Google Adwords, some of which are explained in “Is Google Evil, Or Just Devious? – Traps No. 1 & 2”, “Is Google Evil, Or Just Devious? – Trap No. 3” and “Is Google Evil, Or Just Devious? – Trap No. 3 (Cont)”.

But here are six steps that are absolutely essential for setting up an Adwords account. If you follow these six steps, your chances of success are greatly enhanced. You can also visit our blog site for many PPC, SEO & Social Media tips, tricks, secrets and advice, and/or you can sign up for our daily PPC, SEO and Social Medial “tip of the day” delivered directly to your inbox.

These six steps are born from years of PPC trial and error. We’ve learned the hard way, and we’re happy to share our experiences with you so you don’t have to. Read More »