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10 Inside Secrets to Google Adwords - Part 3
By: Ron Isaiah
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    10 Inside Secrets to Google Adwords - Part 3 - This program pays...

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    This program pays people for each click on Google Adwords ads that are displayed on their own web sites. The problem for you, the Google Adwords advertiser, is that you do NOT want your ads showing up on any old website that has relevant content to your ad. You only want your ad displayed to people actively searching for the keyword(s) that trigger the display of your ad. Why? Because these are the best prospects for whatever you are trying to sell!

    The power of the Google Adwords system is that you can attract highly-targeted, motivated buyers to your site by displaying an ad relevant to what a person is searching for at the moment that person is looking for what you are selling. By allowing your ads to be displayed on Google's 'Content Network', your ads are showing on all kinds of websites being casually surfed by people that may not be interested at all in what you are selling. This means you are paying for these Google Adsense clicks for less than qualified prospects.

    The first thing you should do when creating a new Google Adwords campaign is uncheck the 'Content Network' box in the campaign settings and limit your ads to being displayed only on Google's 'Search Network' to insure only highly qualified and motivated prospects click on your Google Adwords ads.

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