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ad relevance and quality score both are above average no business

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ad relevance and quality score both are above average but still not getting much clients for my taxi business.i need help

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Accepted by topic author navpreet k
September 2015

Re: ad relevance and quality score both are above average no business

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Hi Navpreet,
These things are not related. Google AdWords is a tool to drive potential customers to your site. It's your job to convert them once they are there. If Google AdWords could guarantee the delivery of business, it would be be some sort of super ultra monopoly and wouldn't be offering it to the general public!

I'd have a look into conversion rate optimization. Start here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conversion_optimization

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Targeting Mobile devices?

Have Mobile preferred ads?

Using Call extensions?


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hey Kim,

yes m using above all option as mentioned by you,...

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What match types are you using?

If you are using another other than [exact] match then I recommend that you look at your search query reports to make sure you are appearing for relevant queries. https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/3207145?hl=en&rd=1

Also segment your traffic by device to get an idea of how your PC traffic performs to mobile. I would think that mobile would be a great source of bookings for you. Try reviewing your performance metrics on various levels: campaign, adgroup, etc. Look for the Segment button and try the device segment. Also have a look at the click type segment which can also give you some valuable info.


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