Quality Score Factors: Part 2 of PPC Strategy
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The more relevant your ad is, the more likely a user will click on it and PPC network will earn revenues. That is why PPC networks reward advertisers with high Quality Scores by charging them less per click and giving them more preferable ad positions. A simplified formula that Google uses to determine your position is:
Your Maximum Bid X Quality Score
We will go over these factors in depth through the course of these PPC series. For this step you should pay attention to “Keyword Relevancy.” The keywords you are going to research in a next step need to be precise and relevant to your target groups.
The key lesson to be taken from this post is when you start researching for keywords – avoid the temptation of including inexpensive, but low relevancy keywords in your research. These keywords might spoil your whole campaign. Also, as you can see the success of your PPC campaign is partly dependent on all of the factors of Quality Score system. That is why during the next lessons of these series you should keep in mind these graph.
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