Making Google Adwords Work – Why You Need To Separate Your Search & Content Campaigns

The great thing about getting visitors to your site from Google Adwords is the fact that you can use both the Search & the Content Network in your niche market to get more visitors to your site. In this article I want to show you exactly why you need to make sure you separate both of these campaigns when you are starting out with this source.
Reason #1 – You need to be able to track them differently.

The bottom line is that if you have both of them together you will have a harder time tracking the keywords and figuring out what is going on. So make sure you simply separate the campaigns so you can focus your efforts on both networks the right way and not have to always be second guessing yourself.

Reason #2 – You have to run separate ads & landing pages!

The reason that you have to run different landing pages and ads is because the places in which you are running your ads are going to be a lot different with each network.

So you have to make sure you run different ads so you can use different strategies to connect with the people who are searching on the sites and on the search engines you are advertising on.

Also, based on your ads you are going to want to have different landing pages that target your traffic so you can better segment them to get more people to give you their name and email so you can build a relationship with them.

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