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Script for cheap buyer adwords?

Discussion in 'Adwords' started by Thatchman, Aug 26, 2016.

  1. Thatchman

    Thatchman Junior Member

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    Anyone know of a script to find cheap buyer keywords on Adwords? Seen WSO advertised on Warrior Forum claims 0.01 cpc keywords.

    Tx in advance
     
  2. lucky2603

    lucky2603 BANNED BANNED

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    I have some account to run ads google and facebook for rent. inbox skype for me
     
  3. Thatchman

    Thatchman Junior Member

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    Tx but I am asking about a script.
     
  4. Ganie

    Ganie BANNED BANNED

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    What is a script ? You need to be little more specific
     
  5. Thatchman

    Thatchman Junior Member

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  6. Ganie

    Ganie BANNED BANNED

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    ANd WTF is that ? Come up with something which is understandable. You can't just post a link and expect someone to hep you out with it.
     
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    That was just a useless wso that used keyword shitter to generate long tail keywords that no one was searching for $0.01
     
  8. Thatchman

    Thatchman Junior Member

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    Roger, tx for the reply regarding the WSO. Reply to "Ganie" above and those that don't know what a script is, in programming terms:

    ".....scripts are programs written for a special run-time environment that automate the execution of tasks that could alternatively be executed one-by-one by a human operator."

    courtesy of Wikipedia.