1) Explain what is AdWords?
AdWords is the system that Google has designed to assist in marketing product or services. AdWords (Google AdWords) is an advertising service by Google for businesses wanting to display ads on Google and its advertising network. The AdWords program enables businesses to set a budget for advertising and only pay when people click the ads. The ad service is largely focused on keywords.
Businesses that use AdWords can create relevant ads using keywords that people who search the Web using the Google search engine would use. The keyword, when searched for triggers your ad to be shown. AdWords at the top ads that appear under the heading “Sponsored Links” found on the right-hand side or above Google search results. If your AdWords ad is clicked on, Google search users are then directed to your website.
When choosing keywords for your AdWords campaigns different matching options are available. The two main keyword match options include the following:
Broad Match: This reaches the most users by showing your ad whenever your keyword is searched for.
Negative Match: This option prevents your ad from showing when a word or phrase you specify is searched for.
Phrase Match: Your ad is shown for searches that match the exact phrase.
Exact Match: Your ad is shown for searches that match the exact phrase exclusively.
When using AdWords keywords are also used to determine your cost of advertising. Each keyword you choose will have a cost per click (CPC) bid amount. The bids specify the maximum amount you’re willing to pay each time someone clicks your ad (the maximum cost-per-click). A higher CPC bid can allow your ad to show at a higher position on the page.
2) Explain how AdWords work?
AdWords work on bidding system if the bidding price is higher your ad will appear on top of the Google page. AdWords works on “pay per click” that means you only pay the amount you have bid if someone taps on your ad as a result of a web search.
3) Explain why to use Google AdWords?
Google AdWords behave differently to traffic that comes from Google AdWords or “Pay Per Click”. The traffic that comes through surfing often visits the website for information, whereas the traffic via pay per click knows what they are clicking on and what they want to buy. So, few visitors through AdWords might be more valuable than million visitors.
4) Explain what is Ad rank?
Ad rank determines your ad position on Google page, and it is determined by your bid for that keyword and quality score.
5) Explain how does Ad rank impact Cost-Per-Click?
Ad rank plays a huge role in defining the actual cost-per-click that your opponent’s pay, when someone clicks on their ads. Your CPC can be calculated by following way
Your Price = The ad rank of the person below you/ your quality score + $0.01
6) Explain how does a Google auction work?
Each month auction gets run billion of times, and the result are such that users find ads that are relevant to what they are looking for. The search engine processes the request and runs the auction that determines the ad positions and each advertisers CPC.
7) Explain what gets entered into a Google Account?
Once the advertisers determine the keywords that they want to bid on, Google will enter a keyword from your account which is most related into the auction with the maximum bid specified as well as the associated ad.
8) Explain what is Google Quality Score?
Google’s quality score determines how beneficial and relevant your ad is to the user, based primarily on your ad’s CTR, quality of your landing page and keyword relevance. Higher quality score keywords will save your money and earn better ad ranking.
9) Explain what is an ad group in Google AdWords?
Ad group is a container of your keywords, advertisements, and landing pages. Google rewards advertisers who prepare AdWords campaigns with tightly structured ad groups. Its not advisable to include all your keywords into the single ad group, but to organize keywords into themes.
10) Explain what is conversion optimizer in AdWords?
Conversion Optimizer is a tool used by Google AdWords for bid manipulation and decides which clicks on the ad will be valuable. It can help you to return maximum on your investment.
11) Mention some of the Google AdWords Ad Extensions?
Different ad extension can enhance the increase in traffic. Some of the common Ad extensions used in AdWords are
• Call Extensions
• Location Extensions
• Social Annotations
• Seller ratings
• Mobile app extensions
• Offer ads
• Communication Ad
• Review extension
• Image and drop down navigation Ad extension
12) Mention in google AdWords that options can’t be changed after creating an account?
After creating account Currency and Time Zone, cannot be changed.
13) Explain how you can improve conversion rates?
By creating ads that match properly with keywords and create tightly themed ad groups, you can target users to the campaign that helps in conversions.
14) Mention what is the limit set for the number or characters for Adwords ad?
Limit for AdWords is
• Description line 1st : 25 characters
• Description line 2nd: 35 characters
• Destination URL: 1024 characters
No images are allowed in URL.
15) Explain what is the meaning of CTR and how you can calculate?
CTR stands for Click through rate that tells the number of visitors visited on your ad on the web page. The formula for calculating CTR is Number of click / Number of impressions X 100
These will give you an answer in percentage like what percentage of customers have viewed your ad.
16) Mention what are the type of Keywords?
There are no specific types for Keywords however they are classified on the basis of how likely is going to be clicked by visitors
• Research Keywords: It tends to contain one or two words – Tea
• Consideration: It tends to contain two or three words – Green Tea
• Purchase: It must have more than three words – buy loose green tea
• Loyalty: This must be shorter- Starbucks
17) Explain what is Google Ad API?
Google Ad API is designed for representing large, tech-savvy advertisers and third parties. It allows developers build an application that directly interacts with Google AdWords server.
18) Mention what all things can be done using Google Ad API?
With Google Ad API, you can build an application that can do following things
• You can automatically generate keywords, ad text, custom reports and landing pages
• Develop additional applications and tools to help you manage accounts
• Synchronize AdWords data with your inventory system to manage campaigns based on stock
19) Explain how you can track conversions in Google AdWords?
In Google AdWords, conversion tracking can be done in following ways
• Tracking purchases by involving basic tracking code provided by AdWords and modifying it with additional code unique to your particular e-commerce platform
• View-through conversion window options tracks when a person sees your ad but does not click it (impression)
• By enabling your ad rotation setting to optimize for clicks, meaning that AdWords will serve the ads it feels are likely to be clicked
• By accessing search funnels inside tools and analysis, you can also know when customers clicked on your ad for the first time and how frequently they saw your ad before converting.
20) Explain what are the other two options for bidding other than C-P-C?
Other than CPC the other two options are CPM (Cost per Thousand Impression) and CPA (Cost Per Action).
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