Just key in excel training and perform a Google search; a few ads will show up. A few examples 4u.
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Hi gribbin77, to follow up on Lakatos' reply, I'll add some caution.
Your key issue with advertising your service is relevancy. As I'm sure you can appreciate, a keyword such as "microsoft excel" is going to have a huge number of hits, most of which will not be about training. You're going to need to do a fair bit of work on keywords, match types and negatives in order to ensure your Ad(s) trigger only on those people looking for MS Excel training.
I would go as far to suggest that you consider discarding some keywords for this search. You have to bear in mind that Google gets a lot of searches per day. I mean, a lot. It's often worth picking out the more relevant queries rather than trying to cast a wider net. Help and advice with Microsoft products is a massive market so you're going to have to narrow it down to ensure you capture people for whom your services are very relevant. It's probably worth narrowing by location - even if your services are online and effectively global - because I'd wager there will be a lot of responses to your ads and if you've got a choice, go local.
Please come back to us with more details if you can - a website URL would be great - and we'll try and give more specific advice.
My two fellows covered creativity (Lakatos ) and relevancy (Jon).
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