What flavor of adwords text ads get the most clicks?

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1) Ads that are written making outrageous claims?
2) Ads that are written telling exactly what you get?

Adwords is turning out to be a tough cookie.

That quality score is a &*(^#&*^.
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  • Profile picture of the author tryinhere
    Originally Posted by thebitbotdotcom View Post

    1) Ads that are written making outrageous claims?
    2) Ads that are written telling exactly what you get?

    Adwords is turning out to be a tough cookie.

    That quality score is a &*(^#&*^.
    i would think option 1 would leave you open to your account being suspended / if not a quick hard warning.

    > Misleading/Inaccurate
    > Claims meaning:
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    > 1) the site cannot say it will work for everyone
    > 2) cannot say the product is "Fool Proof"
    > 3) Basically cannot over-hype the product's ability in any way

    you can not promote sites with this in it so i very much doubt the ad leading to it would be very different.
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  • Profile picture of the author srswebline
    I would surely recommend that you make your ads more like "what you see is what you get"!
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  • Profile picture of the author Fraggler
    3) Ads that answer the searchers questions.

    Tell them you have the solution and they will click your ad - if they see it!

    If you are having trouble getting clicked, give the content network + image ads are try.

    Red border; blue underlined text headline; red arrow pointing to where to click...it will do wonders
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    • Profile picture of the author Philip Ruben
      Originally Posted by Fraggler View Post

      3) Ads that answer the searchers questions.

      Tell them you have the solution and they will click your ad - if they see it!
      I agree with this flavor as this is what has given me the best results although it also depends on the type of product. Its best to experient and break down the stats.
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    • Profile picture of the author paulgl
      Originally Posted by Fraggler View Post

      3) Ads that answer the searchers questions.
      It's amazing how many people don't know that.

      Look's like Fraggler gets 2 thumbs up so far...

      That means your ad should ONLY appear on laser target searches.
      Test. Don't be afraid to bid more for your targeted keywords.

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    • Profile picture of the author thebitbotdotcom
      Originally Posted by Fraggler View Post

      3) Ads that answer the searchers questions.

      Tell them you have the solution and they will click your ad - if they see it!

      If you are having trouble getting clicked, give the content network + image ads are try.

      Red border; blue underlined text headline; red arrow pointing to where to click...it will do wonders
      That's interesting. Can you give an example???
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  • Profile picture of the author Lucid
    Flagger has it right. Show that you have a solution they're looking for, they'll click your ad.
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