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When does Adwords re-evaluate page quality?

Discussion in 'Google AdWords' started by glenv, Dec 19, 2006.

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    Is there a concrete way that anyone knows of how to get adwords to come back and check landing pages for relevance/quality to improve score?

    Not interested in asking my rep to do it.

    I am wondering if it works to shut campaigns off a few days, etc.
    SEMrush
     
    glenv, Dec 19, 2006 IP
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    Thank you..

    Stupid me saw that after I posted this. I notice though Google does not make that claim (I don't think so anyway). What do you base your info on?
     
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    Thanks

    Guess I am very suspicious of what the official Adwords policy states. Up to a few months ago I was spending in excess of $120k per month with them. Their new system has literally dealt me a death blow.

    Anyway, I wish they would be more definitive instead of saying they might visit more than once a month. I cannot believe there aren't some methods to trigger a re-evaluation; i.e. complete revamp of ads, pausing a campaign for a few days etc....

    PS - your response is very dignified - do you work for Google? :)
     
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    You and me both!

    Nope, I'm just a DP junkie and a PPC nerd:)
     
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    They are not going to give you an exact date/length of time they will take to review a page after changes are made...that just wouldn't be practical.
     
    GuyFromChicago, Dec 20, 2006 IP
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    And they do not say even what the problem is do they...
     
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    The problem with what, the quality score?

    They give pretty good guidelines people should follow if they want higher landing page quality scores.
     
    GuyFromChicago, Dec 20, 2006 IP
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    You do not think the guidelines is a bit "floting on the subject"
     
    TheSyndicate, Dec 22, 2006 IP
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    Nope, I don't. Use common sense and basic marketing practices and you'll do fine.
     
    GuyFromChicago, Dec 22, 2006 IP