Video: Google AdWords Community's One Year New Home Anniversary

Feb 26, 2013 • 8:10 am | comments (2) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google AdWords

Google AdWords CommunityJust over a year ago, Google launched a new home for AdWords Help, a place they call the AdWords Community.

Truth is, it is one of the better formats for a help forum and there seems to be a more community feel within the AdWords help forum than at any other Google help forum.

Since moving to the new home, Google has seen tens of thousands of people participate from across the world. They have over 40 "top contributors," non-Googlers who Google labels who help others in need. They have tons of Googlers from 12+ countries around the world helping as well. There are tens of thousands of discussions in the new forum. Most questions receive an answer within 30-minutes in a whole slew of languages.

To celebrate, the Google AdWords community team made this short video:

Happy Birthday guys!

Forum discussion at Google AdWords Help.

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02/26/2013 02:59 pm

Thanks for the article Barry :)

John Carter

03/12/2014 05:12 am

Can't play too conservatively when you're doing PPC. You have to bid to win that traffic. You should be receiving >90% impression share of the keywords you are bidding on and that means bidding a little higher sometimes. What happens is that you have to have an optimized sales process to justify the ability to bid higher. If you make more per sale, you can bid more per click, and squash your competition. My buddy Simon would be willing to help anybody that wants help with their PPC campaigns, just give him a call. His number is 219-733-4687.

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