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Adwords lading page

Discussion in 'Adwords' started by elpapilindo, Dec 12, 2013.

  1. elpapilindo

    elpapilindo Junior Member

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    Friends i want to start ppc with adwords paying real money not vouchers then i need to know what kind of landing page accept adwords?
     
  2. kitsopens

    kitsopens Newbie

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    Hey

    Please add me on skype "kitsopens" or PM me. I will give you all information what you want. cheers :)
     
  3. Disloyal

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    This is directly from Google:

    Follow those standards and you should be fine.
     
  4. NobelNerd

    NobelNerd Power Member

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    Just keep it relevant to what you are advertising and mention the keywords on page which you are using to target in adwords.
     
  5. wtgabc

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    well , As long as you don't put something you won't like your parents to see you will be fine. Think on it.

    Apart from Google's view it's important to know what you should include as per your visitors prospective. There are many books out there with this but to sum it up :-

    1. keep it simple,
    2. Make it so that just after looking for 5 seconds its clear what your page is about.
    3. Have strong what's in it for me points
    4. have a strong call to action.

    You should be fine.
     
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    so It is very veryyyy difficult to advertise your website on adword!!!
     
  7. Disloyal

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    Not hard, just need a quality website instead of one page site, that provides nothing to the visitor.