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How may ad create in ad group in a campaign?  and If I have ranked keyword in an organic result, then PPC cost will effect of that?

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Hi @See A

 

I'm not 100% clear on your first question, so I'll answer how many ads you can create and also how you may create an ad:

 

You can create 50 ads per ad group, 20,000 ad groups per campaign and 10,000 campaigns per AdWords account according to Google.

 

To create a Search ad in an existing ad group: open your account, then in the left sidebar select the campaign and ad group you'd like to create the ad in. In the tabs under the Ad Group name, click Ads. Click the red +Ad button and select the type of ad you'd like to create (text, dynamic, call-only, etc). 

 

AdWords does not affect your organic ranking. That being said, ads targeting the keyword you're ranking for organically will change how the search engine results page appears. The cost of an ad is determined in every ad auction and is based on many variables. I don't think Google has ever tied organic rankings to the ad auction algorithm.

 

I believe that running ads on a page you're already ranking on organically can positively impact your overall conversions, because you'll have a strong Page 1 presence. 

 

Best of luck, 

 

Allie 

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Hi @See A

 

I'm not 100% clear on your first question, so I'll answer how many ads you can create and also how you may create an ad:

 

You can create 50 ads per ad group, 20,000 ad groups per campaign and 10,000 campaigns per AdWords account according to Google.

 

To create a Search ad in an existing ad group: open your account, then in the left sidebar select the campaign and ad group you'd like to create the ad in. In the tabs under the Ad Group name, click Ads. Click the red +Ad button and select the type of ad you'd like to create (text, dynamic, call-only, etc). 

 

AdWords does not affect your organic ranking. That being said, ads targeting the keyword you're ranking for organically will change how the search engine results page appears. The cost of an ad is determined in every ad auction and is based on many variables. I don't think Google has ever tied organic rankings to the ad auction algorithm.

 

I believe that running ads on a page you're already ranking on organically can positively impact your overall conversions, because you'll have a strong Page 1 presence. 

 

Best of luck, 

 

Allie 

ad group in a campaign?

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 Allie, really you got my point exactly. I found one answer exactly as my required. and In 2nd I want to ask if I have ranked keywords in an organic result and the exact keyword that I ranked the bid cost will effect of that?
 
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@Allie M

 

I'll wait your answer

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Hi,

 

There is no relation between you organic raking and AdWords bids.

 

AdWords bids depends on the QS, ad position, competition and a lot of signals that come into play during real time auction.


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Hi @See A

 

Glad we could provide the solution for you! As @Archit said, there's no relation between your organic ranking and the cost of your AdWords ads. The cost of an ad is determined in every ad auction and is based on many variables (quality score, relevancy to search term, ad position, etc.)

 

Allie