Top recommendations for getting the most out of AdWords

Top six tips for cheaper more effective adwords

Here are six top tactic to maximising your adwords budget by mininising the cost per click and increasing the click through ratio.

In other words making the ad work better for less cost.

These tips are good. Very good.  And they come not from me but from a highly respected expert – google themselves. Yes these following tips come from the google adwords site

If you want to see it it’s here or you can just read on:>

The reason I reproduce it here is it is so good!! ( I think I mentioned that already) and not everyone seems to be aware of the wealth of help and tips google offers it’s users  for free.

So let’s see what google recommends…

1. Focus your ads on low prices and savings.

Consumers care about prices more than ever, especially on day-to-day purchases. When someone searches on a particular product, you know they’re interested; by using your ad to tell them that you’ve got the highest quality and the best price, you’re more likely to earn their click. Update your ad text to focus on low prices, good values, and timely promotions.

Tip 1
To draw the attention of price-conscious shoppers, these ads use savings-related terms.

2. Use value-related keywords.

It’s open season for bargain hunters. To reach these deal-conscious consumers, add appropriate price- and discount-related keywords. Try the AdWords Search-based Keyword Tool and Search Query Performance report to find and higher-performing keywords that people are actually searching on.

Tip 2

To attract more customers, value-related keywords have been added to the keyword list on the right.

3. Make sure your ad groups are targeted and relevant.

Ads perform best when their ad text reflects the ad group’s keywords; this makes ads more relevant to their intended audience. Make sure that both the text and the keywords in each ad group focus on a specific topic or product. For instance, an ad group about “tennis sneakers” will generally perform better than a broader ad group about “sneakers.”

Tip 3
Splitting up the general ad group on the left into two, more specific ad groups will likely enhance its performance.

4. Don’t waste money on irrelevant clicks.

The wrong keywords can attract people who are looking for products you don’t offer. Use negative keywords to filter out traffic that’s not related to your offering. The Search Query Performance report can help you identify potential negative keywords by showing which queries have triggered your ads.

Tip 4
A search for “peanut butter allergy” isn’t relevant to the sale of peanut butter, so allergy should be added as a negative keyword.

5. Make it easy for customers to buy.

Since people are spending more time comparing products and services online, make it easier for them to find what they’re looking for and buy from your site. Use the best Destination URL to send visitors directly to the page about the product or service promoted in your ad.

Tip 5
To be most effective, the Destination URL for this ad sends visitors to the page where Model XYZ123 camera can be found for $279.

6. Focus your money on your high-performers.

To get the most out of your campaigns, focus your time and resources on the keywords, ads, and ad groups that are driving the most value for your spend. To determine what’s performing best for you, consider Google’s free Conversion Tracking tool.

Tip 6
The overall budget of $100 was split evenly between the two campaigns. Google’s conversion tracking tool showed that the Used Books campaign was converting at a higher rate, so budget was shifted towards that campaign, increasing the overall conversion rate in the account.
I couldn’t have put it better myself.
Thanks Google.
Ronald Sayegh
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