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Quality Score does it really matters?

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Hi Guys,

 

In a one campaign I'm handling i was using around 20 keywords in this set. And one keyword says it's ad relevence is "Below Average". But from the business point of view I know that keyword is very important. 

 

And yesterday the only conversion I got came out from this keyword. Now i was wondering how this ad relevence being messured? why something important like this being displayed as Below average?

 

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Hi Nisal

Ad relevancy is how your ad copy will perform with that particular keyword i.e. how good CTR a ad copy have on that keyword. Having below average status doesn't mean that your ad copy will ot perform good with that keyword, it just that Google thinks that your ad copy is not relevant enough to that keyword as compared to the other keywords. In order tho try that try to make tightly themed ad groups so that so cover specific types of keywords in an ad group. Also if you have added those keywords with in last 1 or 2 days, then wait for some time to let Google update the results.

My views!

Abhishek

Re: Quality Score does it really matters?

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Hi Abhishek,

Thanks for the feedback, So i was wondering how exactly this been measured in quality score? Because my client website has the same thing as his main business. Doing shuttle/Taxi services from mentioned airport to Disney. Isn't it bit odd to say it's not relevant ?
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September 2015

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Somehow it effects your quality score but not a major share. I would recommend that you make a separate ad group and add this keyword their and make more relevant ad copy in order to have a better ad relevancy. I think, since long tail keywords are longer & have more specific keywords as compared to short tail keywords, so you have to be more specific in terms of ad copies as well.

Hope this helps!

Abhishek

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Thanks Abhishek, I'll give this a try Smiley Happy

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Hi Nisal,

 QS is calculated on many factors and one of the factors is 'Ad relevance' . Its good that Google has given option to have a detailed QS information for keywords. It helps advertiser to further optimize performance.Following are the words from Google support page 

"It's possible for a keyword to have a high Quality Score and low ad relevance (or vice versa) because AdWords looks at a number of different quality factors when determining Quality Score. Even if your overall Quality Score is high, looking at the individual factors can help you identify potential areas for improvement."

 

Coming down to your problem it seems like your keyword is bit longer than normal and can't actually be part of an adcopy.Try to get a adcopy with most relevant word to your business from the keyword you mentioned like "disneyland transfer" etc. Hope that helps.

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Hi Zaidan,

Thanks. My only concern was why adword counted this as below average ad relevance while it's been the main business option Smiley Happy
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September 2015

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Google is just telling you that keyword seems not relevant to your ad copy.
And you may want to improve your ad copy by using whole keyword or some
part of it in your ad copy.Hope this helps.

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Hi Nisal,

 

As it was said before, words from the keyword have to appear in the Headline or description lines, to be considered a relevant Ad.

 

Use the Ad Preview tool to test the search term

 

transfer charles de gaulle to disneyland 

 

to study what comptetitor Ads have in their Text for the same search term and rephrase them.

 

If a word from the search term is found in the Ad anywhere, you will notice that it becomes written in Bold in that Ad to draw attention that particular Ad.

 

Let's imagine that somebody is looking for that search term

transfer charles de gaulle to disneyland 

 

and an Ad Headline is 

 

Cheap Taxi Transfer To DisneyLand

 

3 words which are matched from the  search term to the Headline are suddenly written in bold.

 

Also it is recommended to keep ad groups with 1 keyword and 2-4 Ad variations for the highest level of relevancy.

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Hi Adrian,

Thanks for the detailed answer. I did do some research in competitor analysis and what kind of ad content they have been using. But now I clearly understand the ad relevancy between a certain ad copy and the keyword.

Thank you