Nick sells 5 flavors of gourmet popcorn. Why is he bundling ads for his best-selling flavor, “Sweet & spicy coconut” with related keywords like “coconut snacks” in a single ad group

Nick sells 5 flavors of gourmet popcorn. Why is he bundling ads for his best-selling flavor, “Sweet & spicy coconut” with related keywords like “coconut snacks” in a single ad group?

  • To show ads promoting “Sweet & spicy coconut” to people searching for that flavor
  • To show ads promoting all the flavors to people searching for “gourmet popcorn”
  • To make sure “Sweet & spicy coconut” continues to be the bestseller
  • It’s most efficient to have a single ad group

The correct answer is:

  • To show ads promoting “Sweet & spicy coconut” to people searching for that flavor
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Explanation: Google AdGroup best practice says, for each ad group, pick a narrow theme and create ad groups around that theme. For each ad group, use keywords related to that theme. Consider also having your ads mention at least one of your keywords in its headline. This is because when someone searches for a term that matches your keyword, and they see one ad that mentions the keyword and another ad that doesn’t mention the keyword, they are more likely to think that the first ad is more relevant to what they’re searching for.

That’s why Nick is bundling ads for his best-selling flavor, “Sweet & spicy coconut” with related keywords like “coconut snacks” in a single ad group.

Read more herehttps://support.google.com/google-ads/answer/6372655

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