Thu 18 Jan 2007
The Internet business game can get pretty tricky, especially for newbies. For those of you not in the know, Google Adwords is an online advertisement tool created by Google and is used by many online businesses today to advertise their products and services on the Internet. If you want to start a new online ad campaign, then I've compiled this handy list of tips and tricks that will help you create captivating ads with Google Adwords and boost your profits!
1. Headline, Headline!!
Yes, the headline is by far the most important part of your ad. To make an ad that captures attention, make your headlines as catchy and attractive as possible. Choose relevant keywords that are more likely to be searched for. Usually, a good headline does most of the work!
2. Be Precise And To The Point
Make sure your ads are precise and to the point. Nobody has the time to go through long-drawn-out ads. Include a keyword here and there, and underline it or make it bold, to grab the viewer's attention.
3. Invest Wisely
Do not invest too much money in these campaigns. Staying within a pre-set budget is essential. It would be wiser to invest around 10$-$15 in the beginning, and then increase the amount as you get returns. Caution is the best precaution, as you stand a risk of losing the entire money you invested in your ads. So, go by the adage ‘thrifty is nifty', and take it easy with the money.
Before you actually launch your product, conduct a small survey, which will identify the people who are actually interested in your product. To do so, release a few ad details in the beginning, so that customers know what they can expect. Evaluate ad performance, and make necessary changes.
5. Track Your Account
Analyze the way your account is performing. Check statistics and create reports. This way, you will know where you are headed, and can adopt changes to your account, according to the situation.
When you use Google Adwords the right way, you can definitely boost your sales. But you do have to be careful to set your budget right, because with Google, it's easy to overspend if you don't watch it!