Hey guys, I'm trying to work something out here with AdWords and my landing page. If I create and ad, and the click-through-link is to a landing page with about 400-700 words of content, images, videos, keywords etc..then at the bottom of this page i put a link to the actual product - will I be penalised by Google for doing this? (e.g. mt Q/S go down?) The link I embed will be the product page from my site, so the article and product page are all coming from the same website, NOT one website being redirected to another site where the product is. OR If i run an ad, should i just take it directly to my product page and bin the landing page with all the content on it? There is still content on the actual product page, maybe about 200 words (with added keywords, one image, no videos). The reason I ask, is I made some highly target ads, bidding only on "buying" keywords and a few long-tail keywords. I have a limited PPC daily budget, hence I do not want to throw money away at this for nothing. I have built an extensive negative keyword list, and made sure nothing is cancelling out my keyword terms. I am spilt testing ads to see what performs better. Only about a dozen impressions in 10 days. NO CLICKS. which may mean my ads need much more work to be appealing target consumer. I have no history on my Adwords account. as I only just started it! And, I'm steering clear of all the Perry Marshall's out there! As i read some of his work..and his technique is founded upon bidding on everything related etc..