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no google ads in google search. Did google stop it or is it a good niche?

Discussion in 'Google AdWords' started by popnyc, Nov 7, 2007.

  1. #1
    What if you type in your keyword in google, and no google ads appear.
    Does this mean google won't allow it? Or you have scored a good niche?
    Seems either peculiar or too good to be true.
    Are google ads ever down?
     
    popnyc, Nov 7, 2007 IP
  2. dubayou

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    #2
    depends on the search term...
     
    dubayou, Nov 7, 2007 IP
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    i would assume google wont let you advertise on their trademark ... havent tried it
     
    s&ptrader, Nov 7, 2007 IP
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    Depending on the word, it might just be that nobody ever searches for that keyword. I suppose if that's the case, there's no harm in trying it out then. I know sometimes Google won't show your ad for a keyword that has extremely low traffic...
     
    atrain2442, Nov 7, 2007 IP
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    popnyc Active Member

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    Thanks for answering. Does adwords go by one word or could it go by a phrase?
     
    popnyc, Nov 7, 2007 IP
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    you can do phrase matching using " " marks or [ ] around your group of words. look HERE for a little more info on what the difference b/w them are.
     
    atrain2442, Nov 8, 2007 IP