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What tool do you use to research Ads?

Discussion in 'Adwords' started by AviDeo, Mar 20, 2017.

  1. AviDeo

    AviDeo Newbie

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    Please share all the pain-points of your job as a contextual specialist. What services could cut your manual work tremendously and reduce the time spent on researching bids, keywords, competitors, the lot?
     
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    You can search with semrush & Spyfu & Wordstream.
     
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    Could please share some of your best practices? Surely there are quite few automated processes for this using all kinds of tools.
     
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    Semrush, the serps themselves and the adwords kw tool. And brains.
     
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    "And brains." )))

    Ha-ha, lost mine back in crazy 90s)
     
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    Thing is, I'm trying to rank two projects that I run simultaneously. Let's call them, the "money site" where I sell my designing services, and the "traffic side project" where I share useful stuff about design and things like that.
    I don't have that many resources to allocate for both. All ad campaigns that I'm running are for the "money site".

    So I'm searching for some ways to squeeze all the juice from ads for their cost. Generic ideas from articles from the top of Google are a complete waste of time, imho.
    Any good advice.