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Fatal Mistakes that can Kill your Adword Campaigns
By: Chris Carpenter
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    Fatal Mistakes that can Kill your Adword Campaigns

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    There are a few online mistakes that you want to avoid when getting started with pay-per-click advertising and online business.These are common slips that can make a huge difference in your campaigns. Each time you start a new campaign or make a business move, check to make sure you aren't making one of the following mistakes.

    The first mistake a lot of newbies make is lumping all of the keywords for a given campaign into a single group. Let's say you found 100 keywords you think will work for your campaign. This group can be broken down into subgroups that are more closely related together. For example, if you have a group of keywords related to tennis, the large group can be broken down into related keywords on tennis equipment, tennis clothes, tennis strokes etc. Breaking down the list into subgroups helps you reach a more targeted audience. Those customers looking for tennis equipment will respond to your ad targeted to that group of keywords. You can build a separate landing page for each subgroup, which will help more prospects respond to your offers.

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