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accepted How to extract AdWords keywords from incoming traffic?
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comment How to extract AdWords keywords from incoming traffic?
Thanks @Sevitz, you've helped clear this up with a concrete example from an actual click-through.
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asked How to extract AdWords keywords from incoming traffic?
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comment Malicious & nonbeneficial IP address blocks (subnets) for AdWords blocking
About 7-30% of monthly searches are bots scraping keywords and various other SEO/SEM applications. Most of these come from some very specific subnets in terms of specific nations, however a few of these nations are target audiences for this product. I would prefer to minimize the potential abuse that will ultimately cost money. These particular demographics are not worth that risk and therefore I would like to block what I possibly can while still offering some ads.
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asked Malicious & nonbeneficial IP address blocks (subnets) for AdWords blocking
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comment Approx 52% of Google SERP clicks goes to slots 1-10, but where do the other 48% go?
I did find this simplification it seems of their study and it has the following statement: "On average, 66% of ad clicks occurred without an associated organic result on the first page." Of course this leads me back to the beginning: even though this behavior happens, how can we extrapolate out the figures of the other 48% of clicks?
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comment Approx 52% of Google SERP clicks goes to slots 1-10, but where do the other 48% go?
Very interesting find, particularly on that last link. I am struggling to contextually place their findings into my own calculations. For example, what does the use of "incremental" mean exactly? I read that it means "visits to the advertiser’s site from the ad clicks are not replaced by organic clicks when the search ads are paused," however that explanation does not add much in the way of real meaning to the above question. It simply seems to mean that AdWords helps add clicks to organic placement; but how/where do you figure out entirely inorganic AdWords insertion?
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asked Approx 52% of Google SERP clicks goes to slots 1-10, but where do the other 48% go?