Budget limited or exhausted...

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  1. artizhay

    artizhay BANNED BANNED

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    The other day I tried out promoting a CPA offer on Adwords and I did about 40 clicks in a day on part of a voucher, so I opened up a new account with a voucher and used the exact same settings, keywords, budget, etc. as my other campaign, but now my ads refuse to run because of a "limited or exhausted" budget according to keyword diagnosis?

    What in the world does that mean? How am I supposed to advertise with a voucher if Google thinks I'm spending too much or too little?

    I realize competition changes daily, but I've tried raising the budget, lowering it, raising my CPC, lowering my CPC, toggling manual/auto bids, etc.

    Anyone know of anything I can try to make Google run my ads? I have many more campaigns to try out and I don't want to go through all this trouble every time.
     
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    Typically this will mean that your daily budget is very low as compared to the amount of traffic that your keywords are capable a of delivering - and the cost of potential clicks as defined by your Max CPC setting.
     
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    these are some reply i find on adwords forum ,
     
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    It usually means withing the past 14 days you have hit your budget and you missing clicks. Not that you did that day.