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My average ad position is 1.0 but after I running a keyword test it still warns me that bidding price is too low. why?

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Accepted by topic author Yu T
December 2016

Help Please

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Hi @Yu T

 

Kindly check the impressions share of your keyword. Your average position could be 1 but your ad may not appearing in all search terms. Refer to Impressions share lost by budget

 

Regards

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Accepted by topic author Yu T
December 2016

Help Please

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Hi @Yu T

 

Kindly check the impressions share of your keyword. Your average position could be 1 but your ad may not appearing in all search terms. Refer to Impressions share lost by budget

 

Regards