Data, data and more data. For AdWords professionals such as myself, Google provides seemingly endless ways in which campaign performance can be analysed. From click-through and conversion rates to search terms and quality scores, huge amounts of information is made available. All of which offers many potential opportunities for improving account performance. The downside of
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It’s always good to revisit an account and check in on important components such as budgets, settings, and goals. Some of these are not so obvious because they tend to be buried in the account or set up at an earlier in time with account creation.
There is no doubt about it; PPC can be a confusing business. When faced with endless tables and graphs of data, campaigns that are spending thousands a day, and a list of ads which run for pages, it is no wonder that many people can be reluctant to continue optimising their campaign once it is