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Are we really just creating a price floor for keywords?

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Why the cap on keyword bids?

 

I'm a little concerned we're just creating an artificial price bump for paid keywords without actually maximizing our charitable efforts. 

 

Et tu, google? 

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September 2015

Re: Are we really just creating a price floor for keywords?

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Hi Cullen,

I'm not sure what you're talking about. You'll need to give some more context.

Also, you should post this on a different forum. This one is for policy issues: ad reviews, site suspensions, and so on. Your question might belong under Performance Optimization since you're talking about bidding. Or Ad Grants if you're a Google Grants advertiser (since you mentioned "charitable efforts").

Laura
Ads Review engineer

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Re: Are we really just creating a price floor for keywords?

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Hi Cullen,

I'm not sure what you're talking about. You'll need to give some more context.

Also, you should post this on a different forum. This one is for policy issues: ad reviews, site suspensions, and so on. Your question might belong under Performance Optimization since you're talking about bidding. Or Ad Grants if you're a Google Grants advertiser (since you mentioned "charitable efforts").

Laura
Ads Review engineer