Design a PPC Campaign

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  1. James12smith

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    Please Help me How to Create this campaign

    Design a campaign for tech support for smartphones apps. The campaign should have a minimum of 400 keywords , 12 ad groups and 5 adcopies per ad group . Also specify how many landing pages and details of landing pages keywords and links which will be required for campaign .

    1. Keyword Selection – Keyword selection is one of the main criterions . The target demographic will be US and Canada , the sheet should include global and regional searches along with estimated CPC . The overall campaign is to be divided into short tail and long tail keywords
    2. Based on keywords shortlisted , divide the keywords into different ad groups and designate a landing page for the same. Also no broad match keyword is to be used , only phrase , exact and broad modifiers will be entertained .
    3. Ad copies – Design ad copies based on 3 parameters user demographic including age, location based targeting and CPC level targeting . The ad copies should also specify whether you are using DKI or Google forwarding numbers .
    4. Campaign statistics – Estimate the number of ad impressions keyword wise and expected call cost for the campaign . The campaign should generate a minimum of 100 calls
     
  2. abhi_garg

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    You asking or answering?
     
  3. James12smith

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    M asking a question
     
  4. Joseph.Shivell

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    It appears to me that you are doing more than asking a question. There are a lot of details in your "question" which can be answered by a professional marketing person, if you are willing to hire one. Either that, or you are trying to get someone to do your work for you. I don't think you are going to find someone here, or anywhere else, who will do the amount of work you are asking for for free. On the other hand, if you are willing to do the work yourself, and get stuck on a particular item, we are more than happy to help.
     

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