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Noob adwords quality score help

Discussion in 'Adwords' started by dufc1983, Dec 9, 2010.

  1. dufc1983

    dufc1983 Power Member

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    Help Help Help!!

    I opened an adwords accounts some months back.
    I messed around with a few campaigns, got used to the interface etc.

    Now I feel comfortable working with the adwords system and want to do some ppc campaigns but my quality score for my ads are low. 1/10 - 4/10

    I read somewhere that all your adwords campaign contained within the one account contribute to each other so if u got a crap CTR for some campaigns that can affect other campaigns.

    Is this right? doe anyone know?

    Am i better to setup another Adwords account? and start from scratch?

    would this give me a better Q/S

    Any help well appreciated guys.

    Peace.
     
  2. ozzke

    ozzke Regular Member

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    The history of your account does contribute a lot to your current Quality Score. But of course the main influence on your QS are your CTR and landingpages.
    If I was you I would start a new account yes. And then, with your current experience, immediately start with good campaigns and no noob mistakes ;)
     
  3. dufc1983

    dufc1983 Power Member

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    GR8,
    Thanks for that mate.
    I know I can get all the relevant landing page, keyword relevance and all that spot on. So Im gona test out my ad campaigns on a new account.

    Many many thanks man.


    peace!
     
  4. HeroWillDrown

    HeroWillDrown Junior Member

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    this seems to be the best way to go. I mean we all made that noob mistakes when first starting out.