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Maximum inquireries with minimum budget

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I am small-scaled business entrepreneur and just started the company too.  My budget was spending $150 per month for ads. But my budget has been increased to more than $200 per month and google asking to increase more daily budget too. $200 per months very big amount for me. I want get maximum results inquiries with minimum budget. My website - www.epicfive.net/ Please guide me.

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Hi Lahiru

I think Google asking to increase your budget means you get the message of Limited by budget?
If yes you actually don't want to raise your budget if you happy with your results. There are few reasons that limited by budget being displayed, most conman reason is with your targeting criteria there is a potential to receive more clicks and impressions through your campaign if you raise your budget.

But it all depend on what you expecting and what you getting.

If you can provide some information like what are the advertising methods u using and what kind of results you have gotten so far, it will be easier to help you.

But for the basic I would suggest you to run a search term report https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2472708?hl=en and see how is your current keywords performing, also add some negative keywords related to your campaign based on search term report - https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2453972?hl=en

P.S I'm happy to see another member from Sri Lanka Smiley Happy

Re: Maximum inquireries with minimum budget

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Hi Lahiru

I think Google asking to increase your budget means you get the message of Limited by budget?
If yes you actually don't want to raise your budget if you happy with your results. There are few reasons that limited by budget being displayed, most conman reason is with your targeting criteria there is a potential to receive more clicks and impressions through your campaign if you raise your budget.

But it all depend on what you expecting and what you getting.

If you can provide some information like what are the advertising methods u using and what kind of results you have gotten so far, it will be easier to help you.

But for the basic I would suggest you to run a search term report https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2472708?hl=en and see how is your current keywords performing, also add some negative keywords related to your campaign based on search term report - https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2453972?hl=en

P.S I'm happy to see another member from Sri Lanka.

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Hi,

You are totally free to spend as much as you like, Google just give you advice, but the decision is yours.

To get the most out of limited budget you have to work on improving your quality score, by increasing your quality score you will lower your ad cost and increase your ad position and ROI. Check the next URL to learn more about Quality score and Ad rank:
https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2454010?hl=en

If your campaign has good quality score and you are still suffering from high costs, you can slightly lower your bids. Lowering bids for budget-constrained campaigns could reduce the average amount you pay when someone clicks your ads, with the potential for your budget to go further and get more clicks. Finally keep in mind don't lower your bid too much to avoid losing the competition.
Learn more about how to avoid a depleted budget:
https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2375418?hl=en