Pay only if people click your ads.
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Google AdWords. Advertise your business on Google.
How Google Adwords works.
No matter what your budget, you can display your ads on Google and our advertising network. Pay only if people click your ads. Your ads appear beside related search results... People click your ads... And connect to your business!
You create your ads and choose keywords, which are words or phrases related to your business. Keywords
are what people search for on Google. We'll help you get good keyword ideas.
Your ads appear on Google. When people search on Google using one of your keywords, your ad may appear next to the search results. Now you're advertising to an audience that's already interested in you.
You attract customers. People can simply click your ad to make a purchase or learn more about you. It's that easy!
Google AdWords offers you.
Now you can advertise to people searching on Google. Even if you already appear in Google's search results, AdWords can help you target new audiences on Google and our advertising network.
You can edit your ads and adjust your budget until you get the results you want. You can also display a variety of ad formats and even target your ads to specific languages and geographic locations.
There's no minimum spending requirement or time commitment. And with the cost-per-click option, you're only charged if people click your ads. This means every dollar of your budget goes toward bringing new prospects to you.
Don't worry about costs! No use in worrying!
AdWords puts you in complete control of your spending.
Set your budget.
There's no minimum spending requirement--the amount you pay for AdWords is up to you. You can, for instance, set a daily budget of five dollars and a maximum cost of ten cents for each click on your ad.
We provide keyword traffic and cost estimates so you can make informed decisions about choosing keywords and maximizing your budget.
Pay only for results.
You're charged only if someone clicks your ad, not when your ad is displayed.
Payment options vary by country and currency.
Set up your Google Adwords account.
If you no already use Google services as AdSense
, etc. then...
Creat a new Google Account for use with Google Adwords →
You can define a custom area to target around your business.
Local and regional targeting. Set your ads to appear only to people searching in a particular region. Now it's easy to target online customers within, say, 25 miles of your front door.
Benefits of International Advertising in Google Adwords.
Why advertise in the international market? Simply put: flexibility. Flexibility is a cornerstone of the AdWords program: when you advertise in multiple countries and languages, you can speak directly to each individual audience for your product or service.
With nearly 200 countries to choose from, AdWords can be an inexpensive way to measure interest for your product in different markets. You also can benefit by creating campaigns directed at specific market demographics in different countries. Advertising in more countries means a wider reach - and that means bigger opportunities for your business.
Advertisers can target their ads (decide where the ads will appear) by language and by location.
Ads can be written in all of the languages in which we have an AdWords interface. (AdWords does not translate your ads for you, so you'll need to write your ad in a specific language if you want your ad to appear in that language.) Based on the language you write your ad, you can target users who speak the same language.
You can then narrow down your audience by choosing specific locations to target. AdWords offers several levels of location targeting: country, regional, and customized.
For example, an advertiser could create an English-language ad and have it displayed in the U.S., Australia, and Russia. Or, the same advertiser could write an ad in Russian and have it displayed in the same countries, in Russia alone, or around the world.
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