Getting Started with Google AdWords

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Most real estate agents are searching for ways to get their message out faster and more frequently. Naturally, Google has a way to help with that. Google AdWords is a pay-for-performance product that lets you determine your costs based on objectives. You pay only when a prospect clicks on your ad to visit your website, which also enables you to track visits. Since Google can target users by location, it allows you to reach home buyers and sellers in your areas. Whether the service is right for you depends on numerous factors.



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Peggy Hughes
PHA/Peggy Hughes Associates - Professional Moving Organizer - San Francisco, CA

This is some awesome information, Jaime... and while some of it is over my head, I appreciate you posting it.

Oct 24, 2012 05:13 PM #1
Joni Staples
Berkshire Hathaway Home Services - Anderson Properties - Huntsville, TX
Your Huntsville / Lake Livingston Area REALTOR®

I always worry that the hire people just to click on them. How do you know you are paying for real clicks and not google employee clicks?

Oct 26, 2012 09:06 AM #2
Jaime Westman - Huntington Beach, CA

Joni, Google has a way to interpret invalid clicks, which you do not pay for, and it has an algorithm set up to determine false clicks. I know this stuff can be confusing and intimidating at first. I hope that helps a little bit.

Oct 26, 2012 11:20 AM #3
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