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Free £75 AdWords Promo Voucher Codes + Website ReviewStep 1: Click here to ask us for a £75 AdWords Promo Code (or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org).
Step 2: We manually review your website to see if it's good enough.
Step 3: We send you the review and a voucher code, or we tell you if you're not ready for AdWords.
Simple! No strings attached - check our latest reviews below.
We will also tell you how to get a £200 AdWords voucher code in April - so watch out for that.
This service is not automated, if you request an AdWords voucher you will normally receive a promo code by email and a website review within one business day. Affiliate, get-rich-quick, and pyramid marketing schemes will not be successful.
Or call us on 01279 912911 - this number will track the search that you used to find us ... we're trialling this low cost service with a small number of clients. Pay for the searches that generate business, and stop paying for the ones that don't!
If you're feeling geeky, refresh this page and watch the number closely - it changes so that we can track it if you call us. But only if you used AdWords to find us. Call us if you want and we'll tell you what you searched for! Only pay for searches that generate calls! Of course, you can track other events on your website like an online purchase by using standard features in Analytics &/or AdWords.
Why get a promo code here, rather than Google? It's a simple choice, if you want to engage with a Google rep that deals with thousands of sites per year, ask Google for a code. If you want an impartial review of your site and some AdWords advice from an experienced practitioner rather than the provider, then ask me instead. Do you get driving advice from a driving instructor, or a car manufacturer? It's your choice! There's nothing to stop you doing both and comparing.
I offer this service in the hope that people will recognise the value of AdWords mentoring and sign up to my mentoring service. But there's no pressure, I have no sales targets I have to hit. It's simple, just click one of the links, enter your domain name, and press send. I won't talk you into spending money with Google, that's entirely up to you. I may even talk you out of it.
New to AdWords? Ask us for a £75 AdWords Promo Code and receive our easy-to-follow advice on how to make it count. These personalised tips will save you a lot of money - best to get them before you've spent it all!
The voucher code will only be applicable to new accounts (less than 14 days old), but drop us a line anyway if your account is older. All you need to do is tell us the website you intend to use the AdWords voucher on. If your website is ready for AdWords traffic, we'll send you the code. If it isn't ready, we'll tell you why.
Click here to email us a link to your website and receive your £75 AdWords Promo Code.
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Free AdWords AdviceYou are looking at this page because you want to: - manage your AdWords campaigns more profitably - receive free AdWords advice (or scroll down for previous Q & A) - receive a free Google AdWords promotional voucher / credit / coupon worth £75 (more for large accounts) - find out about advertising on FreeIndex You're in the right place - keep scrolling down! Send Me an Email.
Which Keywords are Profitable for You?With AdWords there is one REALLY IMPORTANT thing you need to know: which keywords are profitable for you? All the other keywords will at best break even, and at worst cost you a lot of money. You might think you know which keywords are profitable for you, but if you think Google Analytics or Google AdWords is telling you, then you're probably wrong (unless you've take some additional 'intermediate-level' steps). Google Adword's reports don't give full keyword performance information, but they can tell you which ads are making you the money (note that's *ads*, not *keywords*). To do that you need to use conversion tracking which tracks the goals of your website, like making a sale, or someone viewing your 'contact us' page. I'll expand on this another time, but for now just follow the 'conversion tracking' steps from your main Campaign Management page. This will give you a little bit of script code to insert onto key 'conversion' pages of your website. Once you've done that you can track 'conversions' from your main AdWords account pages. A similar thing can be achieved in Google Analytics by setting 'goals'. In AdWords you can import the goals you've set in Analytics and track them as 'conversions'.
How to Lose Money with AdWords DefaultsLet's say you set up a keyword 'clean room' in your AdWords account. When you did this, you were thinking about 'a cleanroom environment'. By default AdWords gave you 'broad' matching, which means it shows your ads on related searches - not just exact ones. Here are two example searches that triggered your ads: - 'someone to clean my room for me' - 'perspex clear chairs' Not much to do with a 'cleanroom environment' is it? You can see why the first one triggered an ad (and you would probably do something about it!), but the second one triggered probably because 'clear' might be a mispelling of 'clean'. That's far too broad a match for my liking. This is a real example by the way. Now, the bigger problem is that Google shows those two searches as 'clean room' in Google Analytics, because that's the AdWords keyword that was matched. So if you haven't modified Google Analytics you might be blissfully thinking that 'clean room' is working well for you, when in fact it's just costing you money. The good news is that you *can* modify Google Analytics to show you the actual searches and I will be showing you how to do that right here, soon. It involves setting up a new website profile and a filter or two. If that sounds too challenging, I can do it for you
AdWords VouchersPlease scroll to the top of this page for details. Note that AdWords vouchers can only be applied to fairly new accounts, but you can always start a new account even if you have one already.
Advertising on FreeIndexThe adverts you see on FreeIndex are AdWords ads created for the 'content network' (people's websites) - as oppose to the 'search network' (the search result pages of Google and its search partners). The best way to get ads on to FreeIndex is by using the AdWords 'placement' option, this allows you to target specific websites like FreeIndex. I place AdWords on FreeIndex for some clients and it is easy and affordable for me to add more. Contact me for details if you are logged in or Send Me an Email.
A Little Bit About MeI spend all my time managing AdWords accounts for small and large clients. I can provide an AdWords package to suit most pockets, from micro-business through to corporate customers. I don't get out much. I specialise in attracting good quality, affordable, highly targeted traffic to websites. That means people that *want* to buy your product or service - not just browse and leave. Do this right and you will have a 24x7x365 salesman working for you. I help people as much as I can for free, this is mainly on FreeIndex in the Business Advice section. Helping one person publicly hopefully helps many more indirectly.
What Next?Please review some of the advice I've given below and if you want to ask me a question about AdWords then ask it here: Ask an AdWords Question on FreeIndex (you need to be logged in first). If you've found my advice or work helpful to you then please let me know here: Give me some feedback - it only takes a few seconds! If you want to contact me ... Send Me an Email. If you aren't listed on FreeIndex yet, you can sign up here.
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