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I have runned few paid campaigns but the cost of a click is little high. Can someone share any tip on how to reduce cost per click.

Download more RAM. 🐏 ⨉ 0Posted by Nicksonjohn 1 year ago 🕓 Posted at 03 September, 2019 07:01 AM PDT
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The cost per click is going to be set by Google/Bing/other PPC company based on how many other people are bidding on the keyword and how much they're willing to bid. While you can't necessarily change the price:

  • If a keyword makes you more profit per click than it costs you to run the ad campaign, then keep running it anyway. The focus of PPC campaigns is, in general, to get a good ROI, rather than to reduce the raw cost-per-click.
  • Try to find keywords that convert well that aren't as obvious. For example, "what hair clippers do barbers use" might get a decent conversion rate for people who want to buy high-end hair clippers and might have way fewer people bidding than a keyword like "buy hair clippers"; keywords with obvious buyer terms (buy, best, cheap, etcetera) tend to be targeted by many people, since they're some of the first high-converting terms that come to mind.

Download more RAM. 🐏 ⨉ 0Posted by August R. Garcia 1 year ago 🕓 Posted at 03 September, 2019 19:43 PM PDT

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Thanks you very much

Download more RAM. 🐏 ⨉ 0Posted by Nicksonjohn 1 year ago 🕓 Posted at 09 September, 2019 23:31 PM PDT
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Google Ads has a "quality" score. The more relvant your page is to the keyword you're bidding on the less they charge you for the same click. I would look into that, it can be powerful if you understand it.

Beyond that, it's about being efficient. Tracking each keyword for ROI and then either getting rid of the bad keywords or improving the page so it converts better is a key step in long term success. Studing these metrics needs to be a continual thing, seasonality or competition can play a part in how profitable campaigns are.

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Posted by Hash Brown 1 year ago 🕓 Posted at 10 September, 2019 16:47 PM PDT

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  1. Add Long Tail Keywords.
  2. Target the keywords that have low bids.
  3. Use Negative Keywords. 
  4. Aim for 3rd or 4th position.
  5. Focus on the Quality Score.
  6. Create Tightly Themed Ad Groups
  7. Use Ad Scheduling.
  8. Apply Geo Targeting.
Download more RAM. 🐏 ⨉ 0Posted by deepaksh 1 year ago 🕓 Posted at 12 September, 2019 05:37 AM PDT
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Here I want to share some terms for reducing Cost per click in paid campaigns:

Pause low-converting keywords
Use Negative Keywords. 
Use Ad Scheduling. 
Focus on the Quality Score.
Improve your landing pages
 

Download more RAM. 🐏 ⨉ 0Posted by bracknelson 4 months ago 🕓 Posted at 17 September, 2020 02:27 AM PDT

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