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aarrgghh, i have hundreds of keywords that show

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aarrgghh, i have hundreds of keywords that show as 'below first page bid' but they have an average position of 2 and are always on forst page. They have quality scores of 10/10 and are high convertors so why does google want treble what im already paying? it dosnt make sense to increase  my bid to be off 'below first page bid' when im already on top of first page??

 

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September 2015

Re: aarrgghh, i have hundreds of keywords that show

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Hi Ezzo,

 

Welcome to the community...!

 

The 'below first page bid'message is just an estimate or guide which may help you in fixing your bids.

 

Usually a below first page bid message is associated with low quality score keywords.

 

As you have a 10/10 quality score, ads on top positions and good conversion. There is only one thing you can do.

 

Just ignore it..!