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Keywords Analysis for PPC

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Can I take $0 bid keywords for adwords.

 

I am going to start keyword analysis & using keyword planner for this.

 

Please suggest me about it.

 

if my daily budget is $5, then what type of keyword I will take.

if $10, $50 and $100.

 

Thanks

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Hey vivek,

I am not sure I understand the question,

But there are no free keywords if that is what you are asking in the first line.

As with regards to your daily budget, the limit you set will only affect your keywords if those key words are more expensive than your daily budget. You will not spend more than your daily budget (+20%).

I suggest following this link to learn all about keywords and the sections at the bottom for more on bidding:
https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/1704371?hl=en

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I am doing keyword analysis & using keyword planner tool

i means keyword planner suggest seo keywords has 1000 searches & its suggested bid is $8.

and my question is can i take those keywords which suggested bid is $0

for eg. (usa)
search engine optimization seo companies its Avg. Monthly Searches 10 & Suggested bid $0


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Hi Clynton,

Did you understand my point?
Marked as Best Answer.
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Accepted by topic author Vivek D
September 2015

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Hi Vivek,

In the case of searches that have low volume there is not enough data for adwords to suggest an accurate bid for you.

So in answer to your question, yes you can bid on those terms.

But you do need to realise that these terms are not often searched for, and the suggested bid of $0 does not mean it will cost you $0 it means that there is not enough data to suggest an accurate bid. These terms will still require a CPC set by you and there will be other bidding on those terms when they do appear.