! search-engines-web wrote:https://adwords.google.com/select/performance.htmlWhen you submit a keyword, we first evaluate how it will perform on Google by determining its quality through its Quality Score. The Quality Score is determined by your keyword's clickthrough rate (CTR), relevance of your ad text, historical keyword performance, and other relevancy factors specific to your account
and other relevancy factors specific to your account
- is this the part that's rubbing you wrong ?
I'm sorry, I am slow and I may have ridden the little bus to school,
but i need more info - I'm sorry.
But I will just say that while many people don't have the money for pay-per-advertising, at least not in the beginning, it appears to me from where I'm sitting that spending the 200 ( I was quoted ) on a google designed adsence campaign could be the ticket to getting listed ( spidered ) on many sites and therefore improving your page rating and possible generating some actual business.
I'm also of the mind that it might also be pissing the money down the drain.
But if you pay that fee, you get full credit and google themselves custom designs your campaign, which you save and keep for future use. Seems like a win win no matter what happens from the 200 dollars.