PPC Keyword Research Google

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Conducting detailed keyword research is an essential part of any PPC campaign, to ensure you are targeting the most relevant and popular keywords used by your target audience and help improve CTR, conversions and ROI. A PPC specialist, native to your target market, will conduct research in the target language compiling these into a report along with the English back translations and further data such as the search volume, estimated cost-per-click and competition data. This report will be delivered to you in an Excel or PDF format.

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PPC Keyword Research Google

Here's When PPC Keyword Research Google Can Help!

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    When you plan to launch a Google AdWords PPC campaign in any language

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    When you are launching a new product / service and want to incorporate it into your existing Google AdWords PPC campaign

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    When you want to get an insight into search behaviour in a specific market

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Google is the most popular search engine in the world, with over 80% of the global market share and well over 90% share in many countries. Google AdWords advertising allows you to bid to post ads that will appear when internet users search for certain trigger keywords on the search engine. It is important that your ads have plenty of relevant and appropriate keywords as this will increase the likelihood of your ad appearing in the Google search results and driving relevant visitors to your site.

It is essential that keyword research is conducted from scratch for each target market by a native of that country. This is because keywords cannot simply be translated, but instead are the natural product of the culture and language that is unique to that country. Researching keywords from scratch ensures that you take into account any colloquialisms, dialects and slang terms used by your target audience. Understanding what keywords they search for will help you to structure your PPC campaign to reach relevant users and plan your budget effectively.

A native specialist will research and compile a list of relevant and quality keywords that your target audience actually searches for on Google, including a back translation into English if necessary. We will also research the search volume data, estimated cost-per-click and the competition data.

We will send you the keyword list, including English translations and all relevant data.

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Quality Process

Process :

The process begins by completing a briefing questionnaire with your account manager to clarify your PPC ad objectives. This briefing will be visible to all the team members involved with delivering the service and is the foundation for all our quality checks.

A PPC specialist, who is also a native speaker of your target language, will conduct thorough research into relevant keywords that your target audience are searching for on Google and will compile these (and an English back translation, if necessary) into a list. They will also conduct research into the search volume of these keywords, the estimated cost-per-click and competition data.

This research will be delivered to you in an Excel or PDF format.

Ideally, you should have at least 10 keywords per landing page. The minimum order is 20 keywords.

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10 additional keywords


to be ordered with existing campaign structure only: per Ad Group (as an expansion or new ad group within existing campaign)


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up to 20 keywords


Webcertain Group is passionate about generating business growth for its clients in any part of the world. A team of native speakers of all the world’s major languages works together to achieve client objectives - no one understands working with different cultures and the nuances of language in the globe’s search engines better than the Webcertain multilingual teams. Webcertain operates in 44 languages.