If you are fresh to the search marketing world or want plain-English information on specific phrases and tools in digital, then you have come to the right place. We will be looking at Google Ads own promoting products and services, which gives you to place search results for your website on top of a search engine results page by paying for them. It is not necessary to wait for your new site to work its way organically up the rankings.
Paid search is used for promoting within the listings of a search engine. These usually appear at the top of a search engine results page, and increasingly look more and more like natural results. At the moment, Google places a small ‘Ad’ label on them.
Google is not the only search engine where you can do this; Bing also runs its advertising network. But for this article, we are going to discuss on Google Ads. Let us take a look at how it works.
Basic Ideas of Google Ads
Usually, you use some keywords that a searcher might use on Google, then create an advert that will appear on the search engine results page based on those keywords. Most of the company is desiring to serve advertisements to people who use those particular words. Striving businesses can pay for the same search keyword. If you want your ad to show at the search engine, you have to offer against other marketing agencies on how much you are willing to pay and what else you can offer for Google Ads every time a searcher clicks on your ad. The more you spend per click, the more likely your ad will appear on top of the search results. However, unlike other real-time bidding models, it is not just the highest bid that is taken into account. To know how high your ad shows up the search engine results page and whether it is displayed at all, Google will assign it something called an ‘Ad Rank.’
What is Ad Rank?
Ad Rank is a metric system that Google uses to decide the order in which paid search ads are displayed on the search engine results page. Per Google Ads help, generally speaking, the ad with the highest Ad Rank gets to show in the top search position, and the ad with the second-highest Ad Rank gets to show in the second position (assuming the ads clear the relevant thresholds), and so on.…