For the Google Ads beginners’ guide, we have come up with the Google Ad Buzzword or Glossary. This list is a quick guide or help for the beginners to understand terms and terminology used in Google ads. Any point of time, this list helps you to relate and understand the terminology.
One way to optimize the funnel strategy is A/B Testing or Split Testing. This testing helps us to understand, which Landing page is getting more traffic and conversions.
Google comes up with the 2 standard Ad Delivery options to show the ads on the SERP
Google helps to enhance and achieve more quality score to your ad, has introduced lot of ad extensions. They are:
While designing your Ad, use additional features provided in Google, such as Ad Extensions. This helps to format your ad in a better way by adding additional information
Ad Group is a sub Group of your Ad Campaign, which holds targeted Keywords.
A tool Google created to help you test what your ads look like and to troubleshoot
The formula Google created to determine your ad’s position in the search results.
[Formula] Ad Rank = Your Max CPC Bid x
Your Quality Score.
A feature in AdWords that allows you to determine which one of your ads within an Ad Group should be served the most.
Setting the time and day to serve your ads.
The different combinations of text and imagery you create as part of your “ad
Application Programming Interface aka API that lets advanced AdWords users to build software applications to interact and make changes to their campaigns. To use the AdWords API, you will need a My Client Center account and a developer token. API stands for Application Program Interface.
A free tool from Google that allows advertisers to make bulk changes to their editors
The total number of conversions AdWords drives for your business
By setting up automated rules allows monitoring campaigns automatically and adjust/change bids, budgets, and status.
The bidding strategy that lets Google automatically adjust your maximum bids across keywords.
The average amount you are charged after a potential customer clicks on your ad. Average CPC is calculated by dividing the total cost of your clicks by the total number of clicks.
Refers to the content, ads, etc. that are only seen after you begin scrolling down the page.
A specific percentage increase or decrease in your bids across keywords, locations, devices, schedules, and more.
The rate of visitors to your website that leaves without visiting more than one page of your site.
The keyword setting that allows your ads to be triggered when any type of similar variation, synonym, or phrase is searched.
The keyword setting that will give you reach similar to broad match keywords, but also give you more control over who you’re serving your ads to.
The feature that allows you to make edits to campaigns across your account all at once.
To enhance your ad performance and helps your customer to call then, you can use Call Extension
Additional text that appears with your ad that calls out some piece of value for your customer.
A campaign feature that allows you to make calling your business the only action your customers can take from viewing your ad.
A word or phrase to promote an immediate response from your customers.
The ability to track how many calls your business received as a result of your AdWords campaigns.
This is the main structure within AdWords Account that holds your keywords, ad groups and Ads.
An indicator to let you know Campaign Status’ include: Eligible, Paused, Removed, and Ended.
The act of clicking the link in your ad. A click most often leads to a website visit.
The percentage of people that click on your ad after viewing it. The formula to determine your CTR is the total number of clicks divided by the total number of impressions.
The action of your customer taking the desired action as a result of your marketing/advertising.
The average number of conversions you will see per click on your ad.
The method of tracking the important actions your customers make (sales, sign-ups, etc.) that come as a result of Google AdWords ads.
A small file that’s saved on your computer by the websites you visit.
The price you pay Google each time someone clicks on your ad.
The price you pay Google every time your Display ad sees 1,000 impressions.
The price you pay Google every time someone views one of your video ads.
Maximum amount allocated to the campaign per day
The destination URL or Landing page that takes your customer to your website after they click on the ad
If the ad status shows Disapproved, means, the ad is not in compliance with the Google Policies.
Dispaly networks are the largest content networks. It consists of more than a million websites to show your ad.
Publisher or Advertiser can become partners with Google to serve the display ads
This tool is no longer available in Google ads
Your Advert/Campaign is eligible if it meets all the camapaign criteria
How long would you like to run your Campaign? After the End Date, your ad will automatically stops running on the Google Search Result
Based on the performance of the ad Google automatically bid 30% up when it thinks click will lead to conversion. Google allow ECPC only when you have 50-100 conversions in the past.
This is the Keyword Match type. When you set your Keyword Match type to [Exact Match], then the ad will trigger based on the user keyword. If the user uses the Exact keyword, then the ad will trigger
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