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ADLIBS: Basic Digital Advertising Inputs to run your ADs. (Tamil) Search Analyst Sasikumar Talks

 ADLIBS: Basic Digital Advertising Inputs to run your ADs. (Tamil) Search Analyst Sasikumar Talks

Define your target audience: Identify your target audience by considering factors such as demographics, interests, and behaviors. This will help you to create ads that are more likely to be seen by the people you want to reach.

Choose the right keywords: Research and select keywords that are relevant to your product or service and that your target audience is likely to use when searching online.

Create compelling ad copy: Write ad copy that is clear, concise, and compelling. Make sure that your ad copy includes a call-to-action and is tailored to your target audience.

Use engaging visual elements: Use images or videos that are visually appealing and relevant to your ad. This will help to attract attention and make your ad more memorable.

Test and optimize your ads: Continuously test and optimize your ads by monitoring their performance and making adjustments as needed. Test different ad copy, images, and targeting options to see what works best.

Set a budget and bid: Set a budget for your ads and bid for specific keywords. This will help you to control your costs and avoid overspending on advertising.

Set a schedule: Set a schedule for your ads to run. Decide the days and hours you want your ads to be visible.

Measure and analyze: Measure and analyze the performance of your ads. Use metrics such as click-through rate (CTR), conversion rate, and return on investment (ROI) to evaluate the effectiveness of your ads.

Use retargeting: Use retargeting to reach people who have interacted with your website or your ads. This can help to increase conversions and boost ROI.

By following these basic points, you'll be well on your way to running successful digital advertising campaigns on Google or Bing.


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