How to increase Quality Score of a low-performing keyword

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How to increase Quality Score of a low-performing keyword ??


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Re: How to increase Quality Score of a low-performing keyword
« Reply #1 on: 05-18-2022, 03:21:38 »
First, can you share what is the current quality score and which tool/website you use to measure it?
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Re: How to increase Quality Score of a low-performing keyword
« Reply #2 on: 05-22-2022, 22:37:00 »
Creating quality backlinks for that keywords can help you improve your performance.
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Re: How to increase Quality Score of a low-performing keyword
« Reply #3 on: 05-23-2022, 04:48:33 »
There are a few ways to increase your Quality Score for a low-performing keyword. One way is to improve the relevance of your ads and landing page to the keywords you’re targeting. Another way is to make sure that your ads are correctly targeted to the search terms being used. You can also improve your click-through rate (CTR) by making sure your ads are well written and appeal to your target audience. And finally, you can reduce your cost-per-click (CPC) bids so that you’re not spending as much on each click.

 

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