Expand Your View on Google’s Quality Score and See Your Campaign Grow!

PPC Quality Score

Our last blog series was a great success, so we thought we’d dive right in to our next one! One of the most popular and discussed topics in the PPC industry is the Google AdWords Quality Score. On any given day you can scan the industry forums and blogs (including our own!) and more than likely there will be some sort of chatter about this topic.

Every day this week we will look at the quality score from a different angle. In order to make strides towards improving your account, you have to have a broad vision of how the Quality Score affects you, as well as how you can affect your own Quality Score. This series will help expand your view of the Quality Score and enhance your performance!

Here are the hot topics we have in store:

Monday: Fact vs. Fiction: Dispelling 4 Myths of the Google Quality Score
Tuesday: 3 Components of the Google Quality Score Everyone Should Know
Wednesday: Keywords Inactive Due to Quality Score in Google AdWords? Here are 3 Actions to Take!
Thursday: The Top 2 Ways Account History Affects Your Google Quality Score
Friday: In Google AdWords, Bidding Wars Are a Thing of the Past: Beat Your Competition with These 4 Tactics

If 5 days of Quality Score information isn’t enough to satisfy, stay tuned for our Google AdWords Quality Score Guide! Coming Soon.

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