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May 11, 2012
Writing about web page http://ppcpromotion.co.uk/quality-scores
I have blogged about some concerns raised by a couple of the changes announced in the Adwords Blog recently.
Many of the changes to the interface are positive and one improvement has been the new improved ‘speech bubble’ pop-up panels for these three measures
- Predicted Click-Through-Rates.
- Advert Relevance.
- Landing page experience.
These are ranked above average, average or below average compared to other advertisers.
The example, right, helped a client to understand that even with a 10/10 experience they could still improve their visitor’s landing page experience.
You can find out more about how to see these panels, how they are calculated and how to improve them on my Keyword Quality Scores page.
October 31, 2008
Writing about web page http://www.startup-support.co.uk
All the recent bad news and forecasts of recession, whether exaggerated or prescient, is having the effect of driving more business to Adwords. Vanity marketing on broadcast media and glossy supplements is cut while spending on marketing where you can measure the cost per acquisition has increased.
The number of competitors has been growing. Today there are 226 potential text Ads for the term “cnc milling” five times as many as a couple of years ago! There are many of these that are irrelevant or poorly written but even well constructed ads now need to bid over £1 to appear on the first page such is the desperate competition. (Campaigns that perform well can bring their bids down from these highs.)
Even in less competitive areas I have seen a remarkably consistent linear reduction of clicks for campaigns with a fixed budget. I have seen this 2008 trend in the graph, right, in over a dozen campaigns.
The way Google manages Keyword quality scores has also changed. You will no longer see “Keyword disabled” as the quality score is calculated dynamically. With an ‘OK’ or ‘Poor’ QS rating the keywords will just be shown less often and at less competitive times.
If you hover over the Magnifying Glass icon by your keywords, see example left, you can now see your Quality Score as a mark out of 10.
The lessons are that Adwords advertisers need to constantly monitor their campaigns and constantly test and improve. They need to improve their conversions, not just their traffic, to build their business not just Google’s.