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PPC Campaign problems - CPALead

Discussion in 'CPA' started by lexmedia, Apr 29, 2009.

  1. lexmedia

    lexmedia Registered Member

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    Hey guyz, I have recently joined Cpalead (yesterday) and today I wanted to test it a bit. I tried to start an advertising campaign with google and one with yahoo ads but until now the ads aren`t showing up on searches. It never happened to me before and I find it strange. Anyone know what could be the problem? The ads landing page is where I`ve set up the cpalead script code (gateway). Any problems with google, yahoo and cpalead?
     
  2. masteraffmarket

    masteraffmarket Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    more than likely your ads havent been manually approved. That happend to me before You might want to call google and have them approve your ads
     
  3. mightybh

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    I noticed that it takes them a few days to email you telling you that your campaign has been rejected.
     
  4. samspam

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    Well, if you don't have a high Google score, they won't show. To increase the google score, you need to have other pages, such as "contact", "about", "privacy policy" and a "resources" page with links to external authoritative sites, such as wikipedia, webmd etc. Of course, these can be linked from the main landing page with very small text at the very bottom, but they need to be linked.
     
  5. Slasher

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    samspam, it needs to be the other way around. YOUR website needs to be linked on high PR website to get a good score, thus making your ads have priority.

    If I'm not mistaken.
     
  6. mightybh

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    You are mistaken. Your page needs to be related to your ad and your ad needs to convert. Google makes more money from ads with higher CTR. Nothing to do with linking. I had brand new domains with 0 backlinks reach 9/10 quality score.
     
  7. Slasher

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    Oh ok, thanks for the clarity.

    I haven't run through adwords yet.

    *yay 100th post*
     
  8. capvirgo

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    Same issue with me. I have good quality score. I have been using Adwords from past 1 year and suddenly my new campaigns are not showing, though they are active.

    AdWordPro from Google Adword help forum suggested me to contact their support, but according to my experience Google support provides auto responses and nothing more.
     
  9. xfactornos

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    Its impossible to contact google. I always have to email them then it takes weeks for a response. I called them but its all automated and you cant talk to people.

    Googles support really sucks.