06-19-2006, 10:22 AM
I am looking to post an Ad in google Adwords with few keywords.
When I go to estimate search raffic it shows me No Enough Data.
What should I do to check it out and see that at what cost should I place the Ad so that I receive Traffic from it.
Any sort of help will be highly obliged
06-20-2006, 07:47 AM
I am not worried about bid cost or cost per click.
Actually I am not getting clear details of traffic on the keyword I am looking to buy.
So is there any way to check traffic details if google is not giving project on traffic on keyword.
06-20-2006, 12:00 PM
because it costs next to nothing to try it, why dont you just test the word and see how much traffic you get for real? Google Adwords really is no obligation advertising, if it doesnt work well for you after trying for one month, cancel it. Set your budget to $2 a day so you're only out $60 or so at the end of the month, and test different ads with different keywords every day - and after your one month test you'll be able to decide what works, what doesnt, if its worth it, and how much more to spend or not. Thats what we did. We did a one month trial cancelled it. We came back about 6 months later and started doing it for real with a low budget set.
We spent about $2000 the first year we did adwords, now we have hiked it up of our own choice, to spend about $6000 a year. The way the budget works is, if you set a spending limit of 2$ a day, your ad is "turned off"" after that limit is reached for the day.
We like that we can increase or decrease our spending budget in real time on a whim to get more or less traffic and have very precise control over tweakig our ads and keywords.
We also have organic results in the top ten, often #1-3 - and we get alot of traffic from both places even with a listing on the same page.