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Ad Copy Served with only one keyword

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Hi,

I created different ad copies in a group called ‘websitedesign’’.

 

Now, when I am looking at the status speech bubble, it shows Äd Showing- Yes . Ad tested with “”Medical website design”. 

My concern is that all the ad copes say the same, no matter how different is the ad title.

 

For example, the titles of the copes are 

Medical Website Design

Medical Practice Website

Digital Medical Website

Healthcare Website Deign And the speech bubbles show – Ad tested with ‘Medical Website Design’

 

What does it mean? Does it mean that all the ad copies would serve only with this keyword ‘Medical website Design’ because I have tried other keywords in the titles of different keywords.

 

Kindly help !

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September 2015

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It usually depends on your niche and goal? If you are concern with leads then yes you are right search network is good for better ROI. But don't ignore the power of re-marketing.

Create a separate display network only campaign. And re-target the users coming to your site through search ads. (Mostly users don't convert on their first visit so remarketing is important)

Cheers,
Nouman

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September 2015

Re: Ad copy serving with one keyword only

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Hi Ayush S,

It is nothing to worry about, it is simply telling you that Google tested the ad using that keyword. It does not mean that the keyword is the only one activating that ad, but simply that was the keyword used to test. There is nothing to worry about.

Hope this helps.

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Ad copy serving with one keyword only

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Hi,

I created different ad copies in a group called ‘websitedesign’’.

 

Now, when I am looking at the status speech bubble, it shows Äd Showing- Yes . Ad tested with “”Medical website design”. 

 

My concern is that all the ad copes say the same, no matter how different is the ad title.

 

For example, the titles of the copes are 

Medical Website Design

Medical Practice Website

Digital Medical Website

Healthcare Website Deign( with different keyword titles in the ad copies)

 

 

And the speech bubbles show – Ad tested with ‘Medical Website Design’ What does it mean?

 

Does it mean that all the ad copies would serve only with this keyword ‘Medical website Design’ & other keywords would be considered to serve other ads? Because I have tried other keywords in the titles of different keywords.

 

Thanks,

Ayush

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Accepted by MosheTLV (Top Contributor)
September 2015

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Hi Ayush S,

It is nothing to worry about, it is simply telling you that Google tested the ad using that keyword. It does not mean that the keyword is the only one activating that ad, but simply that was the keyword used to test. There is nothing to worry about.

Hope this helps.

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Hi Ayush,

Ad tested with ‘Medical Website Design’ doesn't mean that it will only served for that keyword. Adwords just choose a random keyword from your keyword list to test whether your ad is running or not.

You Ads will be served for all the keywords you have within your keyword list depending on your keyword match types.

Cheers,
Nouman

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Thank you so much nouman.

Kindly suggest me one thing. I have chosen Google Search only as the network type. Should I choose Search with Display Select instead of Search Network?

I am concerned about the íntent. My concern is leads. So ideally, it should be search. Am I correct?

Thanks,
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September 2015

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It usually depends on your niche and goal? If you are concern with leads then yes you are right search network is good for better ROI. But don't ignore the power of re-marketing.

Create a separate display network only campaign. And re-target the users coming to your site through search ads. (Mostly users don't convert on their first visit so remarketing is important)

Cheers,
Nouman

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Thanks so much Smiley Happy

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Yeah Clynton.. It helped.. I was worried..but not anymore.. Thanks soo much !!