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Low search volume

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Does anyone else feel this pain? Low search volumes results for specific regional keywords. A really frustrating problm that is becoming increasingly common and is just as frustrating every time!

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September 2015

Re: Low search volume

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I am sure many of us have felt that pain.



Kim Clink, AdWords Top Contributor | Community Profile | Twitter | Philly Marketing Labs
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Pains are harder to contain when you don't understand them.

One of my clients wanted that a curtain professional expression will leed to his website. When I entered this expression as a keyword to his campaign, I got that red flag of LSV (Low Search Volume). And here is the point-of-pain: When I checked in the Keywords tool, I found out that the number of searches of that expression was ten times higher(!) than other keywords from the same campaign, which didn't carry that painful LSV flag.

 

Pain, but no Gain

 

Arnon

Google AdWords Certified Partner

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According to me i think we have to bid on LSV equivalent to the same keyword which is trigeering search query, by doing do CTR will be high, and next time it will be shown..

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Yep, I don't get the purpose of "Low Search Volume" status labeling of keywords. I have created an ad for specific keywords, a landing page for these keywords, and I only need a few clicks to make this worthwhile, yet Google is deciding that because only a few people search for it they'll make the keyword inactive !? This does not make sense to me; it means that a highly relevant ad is not being shown and less relevant ads are; this is not what Google is about surely!

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