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How to set budget keywords competitive to show up top results?

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Hello There,

 

I would like ask about adwords because I have any good experienced in google Adwords campaign management by the way, I am good in Google analytics. Could you help me how to set budget with each keyword and how much?

 

for example:

Keyword: web hosting : how to I can see competition to define competition budget how much I need for this keyword. 

 

Thanks

Faizan

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Hello Faizan R , welcome to the Community !

 

One of the tools you can use is this

 

https://adwords.google.com/o/KeywordTool

 

just make sure that on the left column you select the appropriate keyword matching .

 

You can actually see what people are paying if you select the Average CPC (cost-per-click) column.

 

Although the amount adwords will sugest you to pay will be different in your particular location / city.

 

To get low prices , build relevant ads that get a high Click Through and obtain a high QS ( quality score). For the 10/10 QS you will achieve the lowest prices you can get for the fist page bid and top of the page bid.

 

Read some more here

 

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2472742

 

After a week of statistical data, adwords will activate the statistics button for some keywords , to show you a bid simulator and tell you how much to raise the price for more clicks. About the bid simulator here :

 

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2470105?hl=en

Re: How to set budget keywords competitive to show up top results?

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Good morning, Faizan.

 

Before you start spending money on advertising, I would strongly recommend that you learn much more about the system. It's possible to spend quite a bit of money in AdWords without getting a good return for your investment if you don't know what you're doing.

 

I suggest you spend some time reviewing the material in the AdWords Help center (https://support.google.com/adwords/?hl=en) before you begin.

 

If you have specific questions, feel free to ask them here on the forum.  Good luck!


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