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2015 Google Adwords Training

Google AdWords is Google's advertising system in which advertisers bid on certain keywords in order for their clickable ads to appear in Google's search results. Contact me If you need any help.

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2015 Google Adwords Training

  1. 1. S Adwords Training Building Successful Search Advertising Campaigns Freelance
  2. 2. Where Are We Today…and Where Are We Going? 1995 2007 2050? Digital Media Non-Digital Media Today
  3. 3. What is Google Adwords What is AdWords? Google AdWords is Google's advertising system in which advertisers bid on certain keywords in order for their clickable ads to appear in Google's search results
  4. 4. Why AdWords? S Targeted Results S You have Total Control – You set the Budget S Campaigns are Measurable S Pay only for results (ie when your advert is clicked)
  5. 5. Criteria for Success with Adverts S Solid and Expansive Keyword Research S Deliver Compelling Adverts that Cause Click-Through (CTR) S Creating Effective Landing Pages (that initiate a “conversion”)
  6. 6. Organizing Your Account Organization gives your account a solid framework, making it easier to determine which of your ads, campaigns, and keywords are working, and which aren’t, so you can alter or add campaigns as necessary.
  7. 7. Organizing Your Account Plan your campaigns around your business needs. When you’re creating your campaigns, ask yourself the following questions to get a better picture of how you should set them up to maximize your Adwords success: S What does your business offer? S How is your business different from your competitors? S What do you want to achieve with your advertising? S How much do you want to spend per month? S Who’s your core audience? S Where do you provide services?
  8. 8. Once you know what you want to do with your Adwords campaigns, it’s time to put your plan into action. Structure each campaign around just one goal. E.g. S increasing signups S selling more coffee beans Organizing Your Account Stick to one goal per campaign
  9. 9. Organizing Your Account Stick to one goal per campaign
  10. 10. Organizing Your Account Split each campaign into ad groups. Ad groups let you segment your campaigns into multiple parts to achieve even greater focus and simplicity. Just like campaigns, each ad group should have one common theme
  11. 11. Key Terms Key Terms: S Campaign: A component of your account that allows you to focus your advertising on specific products or services. Each campaign can contain multiple ad groups. S Ad Group: A collection of ads within a campaign that corresponds to a group of related keywords. S Keyword: A specific word, or combination of words, used to target your ads to potential customers. When a user searches on your keyword, your ad might be shown. S Maximum Cost-per-click (CPC) Bid: The maximum amount you’re willing to pay each time a user clicks on your ad for a particular keyword. You can set the maximum CPC bid at the ad group or keyword level. S Quality Score: The measurement used to determine your ad’s relevance to user searches. Your Quality Score is determined by your keyword’s click-through rate (CTR) on Google and by the relevance of your ad text, keyword, and landing page.
  12. 12. Choosing the Right Keywords 3% 6% 6% 12% 20% 22% 29% 0% 10% 20% 30% 7 word phrases 6 word phrases 1 word phrases 5 word phrases 4 word phrases 3 word phrases 2 word phrases Average Search Phrase Length 94% of people search with multi-word phrases
  13. 13. Keyword Picking The Right Keyword Keywords are the guts of your ad campaign. They set the entire advertising process in motion. If users are looking for your product or service, they’ll find you more quickly if you’ve chosen the right keywords. There are three basic steps to building the right keyword list: expand, group, and refine. Start small; you can always add keywords later. Above is an example of brainstorming different keywords that relate to what you offer.
  14. 14. Keyword Step 1: Expand Your first step is to come up with as many keywords relating to you campaign as possible. What words would someone search for on Google comes to mind. You can refine your list later.
  15. 15. After you have selected your keywords, you should move your keywords into the ad groups where they’re most relevant. Remember to structure your ad groups in a way that makes sense and is easy to track. Keyword Step 2: Group
  16. 16. Keyword Step 3: Refine Get your erasers or red pens out; it’s time to refine your keyword list. Cut from your list keywords that are too generic, irrelevant, or obscure. Also look to remove keywords that are too specific. Two- and three-word keyword phrases usually work best.
  17. 17. Broad Match Example SFor the broad-matched keyword used book S used book dealer S buy used book S used and rare book S used book for sale S Cheap used book Ad can appear for any of these queries
  18. 18. What are Negative Keywords? Negative Match: -cheap Keyword: used book • Prevent ads from appearing on irrelevant search queries • Eliminate unwanted impressions
  19. 19. S Key Terms: S Impression: The number of times an ad is displayed on Google or on sites in the Google Network. S Click-through Rate (CTR): The number of clicks your ad receives divided by the number of impressions. CTR helps measure the performance of your ads and keywords. S Placement targeting: Choosing specific websites (or types of websites) as ‘placements’ where your ad will appear. Placement-targeted ads appear only on pages in Google’s content network. S Keyword targeting: Choosing keywords to trigger ads from your ad campaign. Keyword-targeted ads can appear on search results pages, on content pages, and on other properties in the Google Network.
  20. 20. Writing Targeted Ads To see which of your messages resonate with customers, write three or four ads at one time. Then check your clicks. The ads with the highest click-through rates (CTR) are your top performers. Once you know which of your ads work, you can rewrite poorly performing ads so they’re more in line with the good ones.
  21. 21. Step 1: Create Your Headline Step 2:Develop your description text. Step 3: Designate display and destination URLs.
  22. 22. AD EXAMPLE
  23. 23. AD Example
  24. 24. AD Key Terms: S Display URL: The URL displayed in your ad to identify your site to users. It doesn’t have to be the same as your destination URL, but it should match the domain of your landing page. S Destination URL: The web page on which a user will land after clicking on your ad. It doesn’t have to be your site’s main page. Also called a landing page. S Ad Variations: Multiple versions of an ad for a single product or service, all based on the same set of keywords. Variations are a good way to test different versions of the same message to see which work best with potential customers. S Ad Rank: Your ad’s position on a results page. Your ad rank is determined by your maximum CPC bid and your keywords’ Quality Score.
  25. 25. Need Help? Ask for a training session. In Person or Skype Thank you!