A good start but not everything you need.
February 24, 2022

A good start but not everything you need.

Christian Turnbaugh | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Google Ads (formerly AdWords)

I took over the advertising and online presence for the agency, and what Google Ads allowed me to do is to, while I am gaining a greater domain authority, hop the line and get higher in the rankings in what our agency specializes. So I would recommend that everyone who wants to grow their online presence use Google Ads while doing the hard work in the background to grow their business.
  • It allows you to get to the top of searches for your specific topic if you pay enough.
  • Don't always go with the first thing you think of check your keywords and figure out what has the most searches.
  • Find an ad with a great clickthrough that does not have too much competition.
  • They need to give you ideas on what you should search.
  • They need to be more forthright on what it costs to get where you want.
  • They need to make it more understandable to new people.
  • The ability to jump the line to grow.
  • A number of materials that can help you learn.
  • the ability to find what would be best for your company.
  • Some of the words you want are quite sought after so it can get expensive.
  • Just because they click doesn't mean they will use you.
  • It allows you to get to the top.
Moz Pro allowed me to figure out what words I was needing to use to better use Google Ads.

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If you have a high domain rating and ranking high in the searches already you don't need to do an ad in my opinion you already did the hard work in the backend.