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Improving your Adwords quality score can improve your ads’ positions and reduce the cost per click. So it’s worth doing your keyword research properly and splitting your ads into different ad groups focusing on keywords, ensuring that the landing page is very relevant to the keywords.
Through split-testing your ads, over time you should, over time, be able to increase your quality score by making your ads as relevant as possible to the keywords you are targeting.
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AdWords create a quality score for each of your keywords. It is calculated each time your keyword matches a search query (each time your keyword has potential to trigger and ad). This score will have quite the impact on your campaign. It determines how often your ads are shown, where your ads will appear and how much you pay for every click they generate.
In general, the higher your Quality Score, the lower your costs and the better your ad position. So how can you go about improving your Quality score, follow the tips below:
We all know there are numerous components that determine Google Adwords’ quality score. In this post we will discuss what Google says are the top three components of this. It is essential that all advertisers understand that quality score is based on all of the components working harmoniously together. Compare it to construction of a building. You may have all the major components to put the building together, but it’s not complete until everything has come together to form one solid structure.
The top 3 compmonent of quality score consist of: