When reviewing your client’s Search Network campaign, you notice that the ads in one of the ad groups have a low average position. Which flexible bid strategy should you use to help improve the position of these ads?
- Maximize clicks
- Enhance cost-per-click (CPC)
- Target return on ad spend (ROAS)
- Target search page location
When reviewing your client’s search network campaign
“Target search page location” is a type of flexible bid strategy that automates bidding across multiple campaigns, ad groups, and keywords to show your ad on the top of the page or on the first page of Google search results. This article explains how the flexible “target search page location” bid strategy works and what its settings are.
Automated bidding takes the heavy lifting and guesswork out of setting bids to meet your performance goals. Each type of automated bid strategy is designed to help you achieve a specific goal for your business. This article outlines the 6 different types of automated bid strategies and when to use them.
Before you begin. If you’d like to automate your bidding for a Shopping campaign, read About automated bidding for Shopping campaigns.
Example. Let’s say you want to increase conversions across your campaigns at a CPA goal, but don’t have the time to set an individual max. CPC for each individual keyword. By adding those keywords to a portfolio Target CPA bid strategy and setting a CPA goal you want to hit, you allow AdWords to automatically optimize bids across keywords using advanced machine learning to get you more conversions within your performance target.