If you are a regular blogger like me, who just wants to build a good following in hopes of getting more job offers or etc. Yet you keep hearing all about how great Google adwords is and how it will help your business. Notice they never use the word “blog” in their reviews. This gives you the idea that “I guess adwords won’t work for me”, but you keep going back to the same tip over and over again. I know at least that I did! So I came up with the idea of an adwords trial for blogs since I was given by Google in order to give then more business. Here is what I have learned from this as of yet and will give you who should use and who should not.
I had no idea if it would work for me or not, yet I came to the idea that it would not work out for me likely since I have no product to sell other than my services and ad space. But I also had nothing to lose, so I signed up and started my first campaign. I figured that it would not work out well since my budget was limited and I really had no keywords to use. But my results shocked me to every degree possible that it could.
The next day when I went to check my analytics and adwords account, I was shocked. It turned out that I was able to get a decent amount of visitors for my limited budgets and short list of semi-related keywords. When I write out my full review, I will share screenshots and give more details on how it worked out. But today I am just giving you a quick overview on if you can make adwords work for you.
Who should use adwords?
Bloggers who are working on growing their site and want to be thought as an expert in your niche.
Who should not?
Those who do not wish to pay money for any promotion.
Yes, even small website owners and bloggers can benefit from adwords.
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