How Google Cash Cow “online advertising” works ?

If you work in the search marketing industry, you may have found yourself having a conversation somewhat like this one (the same conversation I have every time I tell a “regular person” what I do):

Regular Person: So, what do you do?

Me: I work as a writer for a software startup.

Regular Person: What kind of software?

Me: Um, search marketing software?

Regular Person: So like Google?

Me: Well, yeah, sort of. We make software that helps people advertise on Google.

If this regular person is curious enough to know more (rare), I usually find it helpful to explain that Google advertising functions similarly to an auction. In the off chance that they tell me advertising on Google does not work, I tell them that our whole company exists because it does work.

How Does Google AdWords Work?

Since there are so many people out there who don’t really know how this “AdWords auction” works and are wondering what is PPC, we thought it would be helpful to illustrate it. Below you’ll find our latest infographic, “How Does the AdWords Auction Work?” This infographic illustrates how exactly the AdWords auction works, including:

  • What gets entered into each “auction”
  • How Google determines which ads are shown where
  • How Google determines what advertisers pay

And lots more interesting tidbits about how Google AdWords works

Check out the infographic for more details

Google Cash Cow

Source : mentioned in the infographic

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5 thoughts on “How Google Cash Cow “online advertising” works ?

  1. Pingback: How Google Cash Cow “online advertising” works ? | Kenneth Carnesi

  2. Adwords is really awesome. But if you don’t know what you are doing you can lose money fast. I have lost money. I’ve also made money. Only a little, on both sides, But it’s exciting. I wish I could invest more money. This article helped make a few things a bit more clear.

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