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So, Hi Everyone,Can I discuss budget with someone?

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What's the difference between $5 a day and $1 a day.  Does it reduce the number of impressions?  I can't get my head around this...

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Hi,

 

In a jist, that's basically the maximum amount you're willing to spend for your ads on a daily basis. You define it. Depending on how much competition there is, $1 can get you up to 100 clicks daily or ZERO (if clicks cost more than a $1 each). you need to observe your CPC. Once you've spent your budget for the day, you're ads will stop running (impressions), and will resume again the following day. You should base your daily budget on a couple things, particularly how much you can earn from each conversion and how much you are willing to spend on marketing. That of course depends on your line of business. A dollar a day is very cheap for private jet companies Smiley Happy, but may even be impractical for a $ per item store! There's a lot more to adwords of course but I hope that answers your question.  

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Hi & Welcome,

    I will suggest you to use Adword Traffic Estimator.Put your keywords and daily budget $1.00 OR $5.00,it will show you the maximum number of impression and clicks you may get within your daily budget.

 

 

Thanks

 

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Hi,

 

In a jist, that's basically the maximum amount you're willing to spend for your ads on a daily basis. You define it. Depending on how much competition there is, $1 can get you up to 100 clicks daily or ZERO (if clicks cost more than a $1 each). you need to observe your CPC. Once you've spent your budget for the day, you're ads will stop running (impressions), and will resume again the following day. You should base your daily budget on a couple things, particularly how much you can earn from each conversion and how much you are willing to spend on marketing. That of course depends on your line of business. A dollar a day is very cheap for private jet companies Smiley Happy, but may even be impractical for a $ per item store! There's a lot more to adwords of course but I hope that answers your question.  

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September 2015

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Hi & Welcome,

    I will suggest you to use Adword Traffic Estimator.Put your keywords and daily budget $1.00 OR $5.00,it will show you the maximum number of impression and clicks you may get within your daily budget.

 

 

Thanks

 

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Hi Adrian, Welcome!

 

As you mentioned $5 a day and $1 a day, it indicates you're about daily budget. Are you?

Anand Vishwakarma