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Do You Know The Answer of My Simple Query?

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Quality Score is 6/10 for many keywords

 

And It still shows: Low bid or quality score

 

Bid is set: first page bid and a little more than that..

 

I do not want to compete with top page bidders for now..I just want 4-5 positions But my ads are not showing 

 

It says: 

  • Although your ad is showing, its rank is not high enough to place it on the first page of search results

But i can't see my ads in preview diagnosis tool.

 

Please suggest me the right way!

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Re: Do You Know The Answer of My Simple Query?

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Hi there;
Once you add a new keyword, its default QS given is: 6, until the keyword gains enough statistics for calculating QS based on the KW own performances.

Moshe, AdWords Top Contributor , Twitter | Linkedin | Community Profile | Ad-Globe
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Re: Do You Know The Answer of My Simple Query?

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Hi,

 

When you added new keywords in your account keywords show the own quality score based on past performance/historical data(not from your account but from whole Adwords history). Which you mentioned QS 6/10 is same I explained above.

 

And It still shows: Low bid or quality score

Because in your account keywords which you are using have low quality score or you have not set the enough bid for keywords so that keyword can reach top position.

 

That's why your ads is not showing on first page. I suggest you to set automatic bidding (at campaign setting) instead of manual bidding at initial level so that Google can set appropriate bid for keywords.

 

Regards,

Pushpendra