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  • Writer's pictureCraig Habif

Easily (& Cheaply) Capture Clicks Using Google AdWords

Google AdWords is a pay-per-click advertising platform that allows businesses to display ads on Google's search results pages and other websites in the Google Display Network. To use Google AdWords, follow these steps:

  1. Set up an account: Go to the AdWords website and create an account. You'll need to provide your business information and billing information to set up your account.

  2. Define your target audience: Choose who you want to target with your ads, including demographics, interests, and geographic location.

  3. Choose your keywords: Decide what keywords you want your ads to appear for when people search on Google. Use the Keyword Planner tool to help you choose keywords that are relevant to your business.

  4. Create your ad: Write an ad that will be displayed to your target audience when they search for your chosen keywords. Make sure to include a clear call-to-action and a link to your website.

  5. Set your budget: Decide how much you want to spend on your advertising campaign. You can set a daily budget or a total budget for the length of your campaign.

  6. Launch your campaign: Once your account is set up, your ad is written, and your budget is defined, you can launch your advertising campaign.

  7. Monitor and optimize your campaign: Regularly check your campaign's performance and adjust your keywords, ad text, and budget as needed to improve your results.

Google AdWords provides a flexible and scalable platform for businesses to reach their target audience and achieve their marketing goals. With careful planning, monitoring, and optimization, businesses can use AdWords to drive traffic to their website, increase brand awareness, and generate leads and sales.



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