Highest indication of click is to have the query term in the scan line down the left side of the search page Consistency requires creating the ad copy that is very specific to your keywords and not being lazy and using same ads for lots of keywords and ad groups
Having the same messaging on the landing page is essential as affirmation that the user has gotten to a page that is the solution to their problem. Having the phone number, trust, limited time offers is also a win!
Ad diversity can also work. This is an example of a product popular in vegas clubs “spirithoods”. This campaign successfuly uses ad diversity- ads that stick out from the crowd and appeal to the target segment. So many ads look the same these days and this can help your ads stick out and get good clicks and conversions
Create focused ad copy and ensure that keywords match. Create a highly targeted ad and then create keywords and if the highly targeted ad matches the copy then include it in the adgroup otherwise create another ad group with another highly targeted ad. It is better to have more adgroups with less keywords than a few adgroups with tons of keywords in them.
Search market is has been around for a long time but it does not have the symptoms of a mature market in the technical definition. When you get out in the tail- the terms are cheaper and convert better. This is where the opportunity is for SMBS. It is important to star with the head terms as that is where all the volume is but you can get cheaper and higher converting traffic by going to the tail- local terms and terms very specific to the business.
Also use match types to
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