An advertiser should group their campaigns by:
type of product or service
number of keywords
maximum cost-per-click (CPC) bids
number of ad groups per campaign
An advertiser should group their campaigns by
Organizing your account allows you to better serve the right ads to the right customers, and it allows you to better track the effectiveness of your advertising efforts. When you need to use a different set of campaigns settings (ex: budget or location targeting), create a separate campaign. For instance, if you sell clothing, you may want to set a budget for shirts and a different budget for pants. In this case, you should create a campaign for shirts, and another campaign for pants.
A good rule of thumb for creating an effective campaign structure is to mirror your website’s structure. By creating campaigns and ad groups around a specific theme or product, you can create keyword lists that directly relate to the corresponding ad text, and ads that link directly to that product’s page on your website. You can even add keyword-specific URLs to improve the quality and relevance of your ads in your account.
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Organizing your account allows you to better serve the right ads to the right customers, and it allows you to better track the effectiveness of your advertising efforts.When people are searching online and they type a word or phrase, they’re looking for information that’s closely tied to those words. For example, if Eric types digital cameras and he sees an ad for film reels, he probably won’t click the ad.
To show ads that are relevant to the searches of people you’re trying to reach, bundle related ads together with related keywords into an ad group. That way, all of your related ads can be shown to customers searching for similar things.
Although there isn’t one correct way to organize your account, this article goes over some best practices you can follow.
- Organize your campaigns and ad groups as you create them. Reorganizing your account after you’ve created several campaigns and ad groups wipes out all the valuable data you’ve accumulated, possibly affecting how your ads perform.
- When you need to use a different set of campaigns settings (ex: budget or location targeting), create a separate campaign. For instance, if you sell clothing, you may want to set a budget for shirts and a different budget for pants. In this case, you should create a campaign for shirts, and another campaign for pants.
- If you want all your ads to share a budget and you want to target the same set of locations, then you can just use one campaign.
- For each ad group, pick a narrow theme and create ad groups around that theme. For each ad group, use keywords related to that theme. Consider also having your ads mention at least one of your keywords in its headline. This is because when someone searches for a term that matches your keyword, and they see one ad that mentions the keyword and another ad that doesn’t mention the keyword, they are more likely to think that the first ad is more relevant to what they’re searching for.
- You never know what message might resonate best with potential customers. Because of this, we recommend having at least 2-3 ads in each ad group. Most advertisers will then set the “ad rotation” campaign setting to either “Optimize for clicks” or “Optimize for conversions” which means that your ads will show on a rotating basis until we’ve learned how each ad performs. Once performance data is gathered, your higher performing ads will show more often. Learn about Ad rotation settings.
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