Share Your Best Google AdWords Practices Week

Mar 29, 2011 • 8:34 am | comments (4) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google AdWords

AdWords EducationGoogle is trying something new this week, encouraging AdWords professionals to share their best practices on a daily basis over the course of this week.

AdWordsPro Mini posted a thread at the Google AdWords Help forum asking AdWords advertisers to share their best practices. The official Google AdWords representative explained:

This week is "Share your Best Practices week - March 28 to April 1".

What is this?: To show our appreciation of your dedication to this forum and to give you a special opportunity to demonstrate what you know, we're launching this "Share your Best Practices week - March 28 to April 1". Over the course of this week, we encourage you to share your AdWords Best Practices on important, difficult, or confusing topics.

How does it work?: Everyday, we will choose a topic and post it as question and let you share your own Best Practices! You are encouraged to share tips, tricks, useful resources that you may have developed, and your experiences on what has worked for you on this topic.

The best of the Best Practices shared for each topic during the course of this week might even receive a surprise gift!

The first topic posted was "Tips and Best Practices on optimizing AdWords ad text." The thing is, it has received very limited participating as of right now. So I am hoping to drive a bit of attention to it and start the conversation.

Forum discussion at Google AdWords Help.

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03/29/2011 07:38 pm

too late he closed the thread.

John Allen

03/30/2011 12:57 pm

That discussion has been closed.

Paul Seymour

03/30/2011 01:43 pm

I agree pay-per-click is an effective method of promotion, try asking a publication or broadcast station to show your ad. without paying, saying you'll just give them a small payment everytime someone responds. You can imagine the reaction! The problem with Google adwords is that it is so expensive. The fastest growing method of viewing the net is via a mobile device and pay-per-click via mobile marketing is even more effective, even more targeted and a fraction of the cost of adwords.

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