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Google UK Cruise Holidays Searches

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Hi There

 

Is it still possible to get some long tail searches for the UK cruise holiday market at say 20 - 25 pence per cick.

 

Havent used adwords for about 5 years now!

 

Cheers Dan

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Accepted by Alys (Google Employee)
September 2015

Re: Keywords Tool

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Hello Dan; Welcome;

5 years in AdWords terms are almost half a century... Smiley Happy

You can get an estimate of the PPC using the AdWords keyword tool. However, you need to use he tool form within an account (the external version does NOT give an average price figure).

 

Read More:

http://support.google.com/adwords/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=2470029&from=160320&rd=1

 

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Re: Keywords Tool

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Hello Moshe

 

Thanks had a look and prices dont seem to have gone up that much, is the estimator accurate?

 

Heres another one for you probably too many variables !!

 

Say I had 50 clicks obviously going to a targeted landing page or good offer is there a way to estimate how many calls or e-mail enquiries we will get?

 

Thanks Dan

Re: Keywords Tool/ Traffic estimator

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Hello again Dan;

Try the traffic estimator - But remember it's an estimate based on your campaign's past performance. (And as any estimating tool - there is an intrinsic error in the calculation)

 

Using Traffic Estimator to predict performance

 

 

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