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New account, after 1 day no impresions/clicks

Discussion in 'Adwords' started by pharmacyboy, Jun 4, 2009.

  1. pharmacyboy

    pharmacyboy Registered Member

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    Hi,

    i'm a newbie to AdWords.

    My new Google account and new ads had been approved by Google and showing for one day. After that i get ZERO impresions and clicks. My budget is $500, $3/click i use my company CC to pay for AdWords. Any idea why i get no traffic ?
     
  2. _FRANK_

    _FRANK_ Newbie

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    Hi,yea i have the same problem.google is gone to shit if you ask me,everyday people have the same problem look in their help forum and you'll see sorry i can't be of any help but if you post in their help forum you might get a solution,all the best.
     
  3. pharmacyboy

    pharmacyboy Registered Member

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    Damn ........ Freakin Wankers
     
  4. megaw

    megaw Newbie

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    With a new account you will be going through a manual review of the campaign and your site before anything runs. Make sure its all whitehat till you can start a campaign and it gets impressions within a hour or so.
     
  5. pharmacyboy

    pharmacyboy Registered Member

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    How can i know i've been revied ? I have two pure white hat campaigns, all opproved by google and one which is promoting my affiliate site.
     
  6. pharmacyboy

    pharmacyboy Registered Member

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    Old / New both show ZERO. All ads status is aproved, but i get no clicks/impressions.
     
  7. geezer466

    geezer466 Regular Member

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    Are your bid prices high enough?
    Look at the KW in the listing hover your mouse over the magnifying glass and arrow. It will tell you in there why the keyword(s) are not triggering ads.
     
  8. anonymousartisan

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    You might want to consider using Adwords Keyword Tools to see what gets the most traffic. I'd post the link, but I can't, so just Google it. I think they also tell you what people are paying per click as well. Let me know if that helps...
     
  9. Leads Provider

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    everything is fine for me..
    Try contacting support for the help , always.
     
  10. xfactornos

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    yeah make sure you are bidding enough for the keywords. 3$ is high unless your doing something with loans and stuff.