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Google keyword planner blues

Discussion in 'Advertising, Marketing, Social Media' started by Ultra Magnus, Apr 27, 2017.

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    I hyped myself up to do some PPC and test my site with people who are already looking for the type of product I sell (as opposed to general interest in a niche like on FB, since this is an accessory and people don't buy very often).

    The keyword planner really dampened my enthusiasm. There are a bunch of keywords that are in the 1-10 thousand average monthly search volume bracket in my ad group. What it all translates to in the testing tab is 510 views per day, with an average estimate of 0-2 clicks, regardless of how high my bid is.

    If this is right then I don't know if it makes sense to bid at all - it'd take almost 2 months to get 100 clicks!

    Are the click estimates accurate? Should I just go back to the other channels I've used? I was hoping it would be possible to test my landing page and offers with qualified traffic, but this seems ridiculous.
     

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