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Need help changing "Max CPP"

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Hello,

The words "Ineligible Bid" appears in my "Max CPP" column and I can't figure out how what to do about that.  I have $3.00 set for my daily budget for this campaing and Google Adwords says that's fine.  Help?

Patti

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Re: Need help changing "Max CPP"

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Hi Drpattiz,

 

A CPP bid must be at least $1.00, which is the minimum per-call fee. If you set a lower value it will not be accepted. In addition, ideally the CPP bid should not exceed your daily budget.

 

Best,

Lakatos

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Just to add to what Lakatos has mentioned you can visit this page to get more info on CPP bidding.

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Hi there,

 

The "ineligible" status can also refer to something else with CPP bids. 

 

If it says 'ineligible', the ad group is not meeting the minimum click threshold needed to use call metrics (around 25 clicks on google.com in the last 30 days). When you reach the threshold this messaging should begin to disappear. 

 

Hope this helps!

 

A.

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Re: Need help changing "Max CPP"

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Hi Drpattiz,

 

A CPP bid must be at least $1.00, which is the minimum per-call fee. If you set a lower value it will not be accepted. In addition, ideally the CPP bid should not exceed your daily budget.

 

Best,

Lakatos

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September 2015

Re: Need help changing "Max CPP"

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# 3
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Just to add to what Lakatos has mentioned you can visit this page to get more info on CPP bidding.

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September 2015

Re: Need help changing "Max CPP"

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# 4
Google Employee

Hi there,

 

The "ineligible" status can also refer to something else with CPP bids. 

 

If it says 'ineligible', the ad group is not meeting the minimum click threshold needed to use call metrics (around 25 clicks on google.com in the last 30 days). When you reach the threshold this messaging should begin to disappear. 

 

Hope this helps!

 

A.

Re: Need help changing "Max CPP"

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I gave a maximum budget of $10.00 daily budget usually if I can on  and saturday and sunday $25.00 if I set my max CCP at $1.00 would it still be beneficial to even try it

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I have a Campaign budget of $100.00/ day and set my CPP to $5.00 and it still says that I am inelligble.

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I didn't see this before.  I just began the new campaign today, so this makes sense.