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which one shall i select - manual or automatic in adwords

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hi

 

please guide to set up account in adwords

 

which one shall i select  "manual" or "automatic in adwords"

 

if i am running campaign for 300$ with option "auto change" and how much should i bid for one click "CPC"

 

Please Guide 

 

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Re: which one shall i select - manual or automatic in adwords

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Consider starting with manual bidding and some research to help guide your bidding.

See Reporting & Tools > Keyword Tool or try the Keyword Planner. Enable columns to show CPC data. You can then get an idea of what to expect for volumes and cost per click.



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Well I would suggest you go with Manual Bidding. A bidding method that allows you to set your own bid amounts to control the maximum cost for each click on your ad. The other option, automatic bidding, sets these bid amounts for you.

 

If you're not sure which keywords or placements are most profitable, or if you don't have time to devote to managing manual bids, consider automatic bidding instead. It automatically adjusts your bid amounts to help you get the most clicks on your ads as possible within your budget.

 

Thanks!

 

Anand Vishwakarma

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Hi There,

If you are new in Adwords then i will suggest you to use the Automatic Bidding option.In automatic bidding google helps you to provide maximum clicks within your daily budget.You do not need specify individual bids for your keywords, ad groups, or placements rather You can set a cost-per-click bid limit if you don't want to exceed a particular price for each click.

Once become experienced in managing the account you can shift to Manual Bidding option at any point of time