Everyone wants to hear from Brad Geddes. And it came as no shocker that the ‘Ask Me Anything’ reddit session was flooded with questions asking for his expert opinion. For those few who don’t know, Brad is the author of Advanced Google AdWords and founder of AdAlysis and CertifiedKnowledge.org.
The role of negative keywords is indispensable. It filters unwanted traffic, unwanted clicks and thus, you save on your ad spend. Irrespective of which paid SERP you are using for running your ads, you would not want to invest unwisely. So whether be it AdWords, Bing, Baidu, etc. adding negative keyword is definitely a must-job.
Negative Keywords Lists reduces the effort of individually assigning keywords to multiple campaigns. Not only do you get to save time but you can also manage your account more efficiently as a result. The vicious web of campaign negatives is solved with lists that can be easily created if you have categorized your negative keywords properly. If you are not sure of what categories need to be created, you can refer our post on “9 Types Of Negative Keywords Lists Your AdWords Account Should Have”
From updates by Google about Google Play search ads, improved Dynamic Search Ads and seamless Google Merchant Center to informative articles on improving quality score using Bing Ads Intelligence and useful excel tips, this edition covers all the articles that grabbed attention the last week.
Negative Keywords is an essential component of campaigns. If you are into the business of selling red shoes and don’t want to show for search terms such as red socks, then you add socks as a negative term. Negative keywords control irrelevant traffic from seeing your ad and you have an ace up your sleeve, by saving money on your ad spend.