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Drop in clicks and impressions despite increase in spend

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What happen when there is a decrease in clicks and Impressions despite Increase in cost and CTR?

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Accepted by topic author Victor A
September 2015

Re: Drop in clicks and impressions despite increase in spend

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Hey Victor,

IMO, May be a new competitor is trying to break into the niche or current competitors have raised bids in an effort to grab a larger market share. Also, could you check whether your average position has decreased at the same time, and from what position to what position?

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thanks Kandarp.

I will give the average position a try if there is any decrease.

cheers.

Re: Drop in clicks and impressions despite increase in spend

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There could be many reasons:
I would say the most likely would be a decrease in ad-rank (though you increased the bid), or keywords that are irrelevant. So, I would first check these. (i.e QS, Bid and keyword)
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