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How to create geo targeted campaigns

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I am having google adword account for BFIT Dehradun, how can we make our ad visible on top on all keywords even bid of mine is max. Is there any ad style or keyword in ad to make more accessible. Confirm the same if any solutions.

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Re: How to create geo targeted campaigns

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Hi BFIT,
Welcome to the community.

Unfortunately, you're going to have to try to rephrase your question as it's very difficult to understand as it is.

Can you simplify and break it down a little better please?

Re: How to create geo targeted campaigns

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Unfortunately, no, there is no way to guarantee that your ad will appear in the first position on the search results page all the time. Top-of-page positioning is earned with a history of solid performance--the best ads with the highest performance history for that search query are the ones allowed to compete for this position.

 

As far as how to format your ads to increase the potential for earning this positioning, you should use the Ad Extensions tab in your campaign and make certain that you have the available extensions activated (where appropriate). You can read the Ad Extensions information in the AdWords Help center for a better understanding of this feature.


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Re: How to create geo targeted campaigns

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Hey,

 

Below are two links that I think will help you achieve your goals

 

The first is about Ad Rank. It explains why ads appear in the order they do.

 

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1722122

 

The second is about Targeting by Location.

 

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1722043

 

Hope this helps!

 

Andrew