What is Google AdWords?
Google AdWords is Google’s advertising ecosystem, wherein the advertisers bid on specific keywords.
Such that the advertiser’s ad is discovered prominently as a paid ad when someone searches for something on Google using those set of keywords OR the advertiser can opt for the ads to be burned as a display ad on Google Adsense partner publications, or both.
Mostly google strives to display ads with a high a degree of contextual relevancy.
Google AdWords can be categorized into:
- Google Display Network (GDN)
- Google Search Network (GSN)
What is GDN?
Google Display Network comprises of Google websites such as Google Finance, Gmail, Blogger, Youtube, etc. along with a million of non-google sites. GDN also comprises of mobile websites and apps. The Display Network was until recently being referred to as Content Network.
What is GSN?
Google Search Network is the most well known and common form of PPC advertising. Search Network is a list of search engines where the advertiser’s ads will appear; Google is the primary search. It is only possible to run text ads on the Search Network.
It is expected that ads other than text ads will also be possible in search results soon.
It is important to segment the client’s budget between the above networks basis how these networks have performed or will perform for the client’s campaign.
We strategize and execute Google AdWords campaigns on behalf of our clients.