By now you’ve probably noticed that Google’s AdWords is getting very smarter about matching ads to keywords, as well as offering more specific targeting options.
Now Google is also adding a column that will show you exactly how much a keyword is worth in Google ads.
The new column, Google Ads Columns, will show an ad targeting price per 100 words for a keyword, with a “high” rating for keywords and a “medium” rating per 100-200 words.
The column will also show a number of metrics about the keywords being targeted, including conversion rates, organic search volume, and number of impressions per click.
This is a very useful feature, especially since you can’t manually search for keywords.
Google is actually using Google AdWords to help advertisers understand how best to promote their products and services.
You’ll see ads for your products on search results, as long as you’ve purchased the product.
If you don’t, the ads will just say “No results found.”
The column should also give you a clearer picture of how much your keywords are worth to advertisers, and how many clicks you’re getting per dollar spent.
If you’re using Google’s search engine, you can get a preview of this column by going to Google Ads Settings.
You can also click on the “Add column” button in the top right corner of the screen to get started.
The new column will be available on Google Ads for a limited time, starting at the end of February.