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Googles text based advertising system.
Text based advertising system by Google.
Google.com's advertising method in search results and on web pages. They appear on the right hand side of every search and appear in a box. The advertiser is charged for every click on the ad. The ads are based on the content of the search. For example a search for search engine optimization would show ads related to search engine optimization tools and services.
Googles pay per click (PPC) system which allows website owners to bid on keywords associated with their website. Adwords works on a bidding system, so the more you bid for each keyword (e.g. web design), the higher your advert will be shown in the results pages. Adido Solutions are Google Adwords professionals, which means we have passed a set of exams and have years of experience managing our clients campaigns.
With Google AdWords you create your own ads, choose keywords to help match your ads to your audience and pay only when someone clicks on your ads. This is the advertiser side of Google Adsense.
AdWords is Google.com's Pay-Per-Click marketing program. For more information on AdWords click below: https://adwords.google.com/select/?hl=en
Google's sponsored link advertising, which is displayed on Google's search result page. Adwords use a contextual advertising algorithm to display the most appropriate links for the keywords being searched. The position of the advert on the sponsored link results is purchased through a bidding system.
This is the Pay Per Click advertising program offered by Google.
a google style ad management script
ads in Google, either in regular web content or in SERPs (search engine results pages).
Google's paid search ad program.
Google's keyword advertising program, utilizing a unique method of keyword buying that includes click popularity as part of its ranking system.
Google Adwords is a way to advertise online. Your ads are seen in the Google Search Engine Results or on a network of other search engines and content based websites. You are charged Per Click. So it only costs you money if a visitor clicks on your ad and comes to your website.
Google Pay per click advertising programme.
Sponsored links on the Google search engine
Google's advertising program for advertisers. Keywords are bid on by advertisers for keywords where the highest bid shows the advertisers adon Google or in the Google partner networks.
The keyword-based, text-only ads shown by Google along with search results.
Google's advertising system. Adverts are shown in Google.com
A service that allows you to create your own ads and direct visitors to your site. This is a pay per click service. You can establish daily budgets with Adwords.
A system used by Google to drive its CPC [Cost Per Click] advertising system. ALT Text/Attribute: Text attached to an image to allow search engine spiders to extract textual information from an image. Achieved by using the ALT attribute of the tag.
A contextual advert program by Google. Allows you to place your advert on the first page of results and you pay only for the clicks you receive. (This is different to the organic SEO we offer, as you don't pay per click on Organic SEO).
On Google.com, after the searcher enters his keywords, two lists are displayed. The primary list on the left, and a set of small colored boxes on the right which feature websites that pay to have their links featured prominently for specific keywords. Each time a searcher clicks on a link in one of these featured boxes, the advertiser is charged by Google. Google refers to this cost-per-click advertising program as "adwords".
AdWords is Google's branded P4P service, This offering classifies Google as part Pay per click (PPC) Search engine. The service places relevant text-based ads both within Google, termed "sponsored links". The ads are displayed on the right hand side of the natural search results
Google's Cost Per Click (CPC) based advertising system.
AdWords is Google's branded P4P service. It provides relevant text-based ads on Google's site, and on external sites willing to host Google ads. On the Google site, they are pure text, and thus difficult to block. However, on external sites, they are hosted within an IFRAME tag, making them easy to remove with advertisement blockers like the Mozilla extension AdBlock. Companies wishing to promote their products can enroll in this program to their adds on Google or on websites which use AdSense, the other side of the Google advertising model.
This is a program developed by Google to allow advertisers to display ads on their advertising network. This program is based on the pay-per-click (PPC) model and allows advertisers to bid on their website's ranking by specific keyword.
AdWords is Google's most beneficial Cost per Click text advertising. Ad Words takes click through rate into consideration along with advertiser's bid to determine the ad's relative position within the paid search results. It also makes a notable difference from Overture's CPC model that is based on bid amount and nothing else. Google applies such geat importance to feature those paid search results that are more popular and thos which are more important and useful.
Google's PPC Marketing programme
A system to advertise on Google & partner sites on a CPC (cost per click) basis.
Google 's PPC program.
Google's advertising program, Google Adwords, displays text-based advertising to the right of organic search engine results on its network.
Google's search advertising program
A system to advertise on Google & partner sites using CPC.
Another google solution; Google Adwords allows advertisers to recieve targetted website traffic for a fee that is relative to the content type.
AdWords is Google's pay-per-click advertising program. It places relevant text-based ads, called "sponsored links", on Google's website and on thousands of other sites. Sites wishing to publish these ads join the AdSense program.
The Google program that enables paid search and contextual advertising on its search engine. When users search on a word or key phrase, relevant paid advertisements appear in key locations of the page.
Google's pay-per-click (PPC) service. When a search term is entered into the Google search bar, targeted PPC ads appear down the right hand side of the page. For popular search terms, up to three ads also appear above the natural results. There are many different tactics involved in managing a successful AdWords campaign, including choosing the best keywords, setting the right Max CPC, writing good ad text, and much more. Google's official AdWords site has more information.
Google's advertising system which serves text ads related to search terms.
This is the name of the ppc (pay-per-click) advertising that shows next to (but separate from) the search results on Google.
Google's CPC (Cost Per Click) based text advertising. AdWords takes clickthrough rate into consideration in addition to advertiser's bid to determine the ad's relative position within the paid search results, which is a notable difference from Overture's CPC model that is based purely on bid amount. Google applies such a weighting factor in order to feature those paid search results that more popular and thus presumably more relevant and useful. See also: Bidding, Key phrase (or keyword phrase), Keyword, Keyword Research, Landing Page
is a search marketing program utilizing small textual advertisements on Google and it's partner sites on a CPC (cost per click) basis.
Google's CPC (Cost Per Click) based text advertising. AdWords takes clickthrough rate into consideration in addition to advertiser?s bid to determine the ad?s relative position within the paid search results. Google applies such a weighting factor in order to feature those paid search results that more popular and thus presumably more relevant and useful. Google has also started taking into account the quality of the landing page and applying a quality score to the landing pages. You can apply for AdWords Select at http://adwords.google.com [ edit