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reducing cost per click

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Hi there, I am a new small business budgeting in my local currency approximately $10 a day.

 

I think my adds are ok given the click to impression ration seems to be above 10% in most cases.

 

Problem is my budget only get me around 10 or so clicks a day which I'm not sure represent good value for money.

 

Grateful for some advice on what I can do to bring down the costs of each click.

 

Thanks in advance

 

James

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Re: reducing cost per click

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You should get in line your ad text, keywords and landing page.
Also, add extensions to your ads.
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Re: reducing cost per click

Community Manager
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Community Manager

Hi James,

 

Thanks for posting to the Community! There is a ton of info in the Community around this topic (not surprisingly, since many folks want to pay less per click!)--I'd recommend this thread to start.

 

Let me know if you have additional questions,
Cassie

Re: reducing cost per click

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Hi James,

Have you tried checking the search terms that those who clicked on the ads used? Adding some negative keywords from the search terms and even on a campaign level may help optimize so you get more "useful" clicks.