How to Create a Revenue-Generating Google Ads Campaign 

    What is a Google Ads Campaign and how to create it?

    A collection of ad groups ads keywords and bids that share the same budget location targeting and other parameters. Campaigns are frequently used to budget location product or service categories that you provide. You can have one or more ad campaigns running in your Google Ads account.

     Each campaign is made up of one or more ad groups. Budget language location distribution for the Google Network among other options can be configured at the campaign level. You can set up separate ad campaigns to run advertisements in different locations or with different budgets.

    Follow the steps below to create a successful Google Ads campaign: 

    1)  Make a goal for your ad campaign. For example, your ad campaign goal should be specific and measurable. 10% increase in website traffic

    2)Decide who you want to reach. You have the option of running ads on both paid search engines (PSAs) and search engine results pages (SERPs).

    3)Decide on a budget and get your advertising planning underway. Consider your monthly budget as well as the keywords that are most crucial to your company’s objectives.

    Signing up for a Google Ads account

    You must first provide information about your company, including its name and a description of the services and products it offers, to set up a Google Ads account. 

    Additionally, you must choose whether you want to use free or paid search engines for your advertisements on search engine results pages. You can create your account and begin placing ads once you’ve given all the required information.

    Setting up your Google Ads account

    Steps to create a Google Ad campaign effectively. The following are the steps to creating a Google Ads campaign:

    1) Determine your target market.

    2) Establish a budget

    3) Make your ads.

    4) Examine your findings

    Creating an Ad to run

    The ten steps for running Google ads are as follows:

    1) Determine your account’s objectives.

    2) Select your audience

    3. Perform keyword research 

    4. Determine budgets and bids

    5) Create the best account structure possible.

    6) Craft effective ads

    7) Develop compelling landing pages

    8) Install conversion tracking, and 

    9) expand your remarketing lists.

    10) Develop the habit of optimization

    Think about your account structure as a first step. Although there are numerous ways to organize a Google Ads account including by categorizing your products or by mirroring the structure of your website the most successful accounts all have similar organizational hierarchies.

    Creating your graphics on Canva for the page

    1) Open Canva

    To begin designing launch Canva and type “Social Media Graphics” into the search bar.

    2)Pick a template

    Discover social media graphics for every niche and occasion such as travel sales quotes parties and holidays. Platforms like Twitter Facebook Instagram and others find the ideal graphic. To claim your favourite click on it.

    3)Discover features

    Utilize Canva’s collection of expertly created images illustrations speech bubbles shapes, and other components to express your creativity. Use the photo effects feature to add filters and the animate feature to add motion.

    4)Make your design unique

    By adding your photos and artwork including audio or video and picking your own background and color scheme you can make your social media graphic stand out from the crowd. Make adjustments until you’re satisfied.

    5)saving and sharing

    Save your artwork as JPGs, PNGs, or GIFs. Utilize the Canvas Share feature to post directly to your social media accounts.

    Adding some quality content to the landing page 

    Landing pages are crucial for bringing in leads to your website. Effective landing pages will increase click-through rates and offer better opportunities to gather lead information to create a mailing list with high-quality subscribers. A landing page’s effectiveness is crucial to the success of your Google advertising campaigns. 

    Landing pages are important because Google considers the user experience on a landing page when placing and ranking ads. A better user experience means people are receiving what they were expecting while viewing your ad and that your landing page is well-connected to the ad context.

    Here are some simple ways to raise or improve the standard of landing pages: 

    Optimize for mobile viewing:

    The majority of people use smartphones, so having a mobile-friendly website is essential. Instead of first creating all of your landing pages for mobile, you should concentrate on PC or desktop viewing angles. You will lose a lot of leads and even risk receiving a low-quality score from Google if your landing pages are not mobile-friendly.

    Speed it up:

    The length of time it takes for your landing page to load is a significant factor in calculating the quality score of your landing pages. If your landing pages take longer than three seconds to load, leads will start to leave more frequently, negating all of your efforts to increase conversion rates.

    Less is more:

    It is simple to get carried away and feel the urge to include as much information as possible. However, too much information on the landing page will confuse the prospect and fail to effectively communicate the call to action. Always strive to create a minimalistic clutter-free landing page that is both aesthetically appealing and simple to understand about the context.

    Researching the content

    The following advice will help you conduct appropriate blog research. 

    1)Making preparations for the post. Each blog post begins with an idea.

    2)Considering the concept. As you conduct your research keep in mind the all-important question Who is this post for why should they care, and why should they read your post?

    3) Reviewing previous blogs on your topic.

    4) Researching sources.

    5) Finishing up the outline.

    Creating unique content around your research 

    Here are some ideas for making your content stand out.

    1. Create unique content

    2. Always strive to create compelling headlines

    3. Make Your Content Useful

    4. Be Able to Provide Solutions

    5. Be precise in your reporting and information gathering.

    6. Produce Engaging and Thought-Provoking Content 

    7. Improve Communication by Using Images and Video

    8. Create content that is concise and to the point.

    9. Maintain Your Website or Blog regularly

    Finding help with AI

    You cannot completely rely on AI tools to generate high-quality content. It does provide some original content but it does not provide your readers with relevant and high-quality content.

    AI tools will assist you in coming up with blog ideas and will save you time. You may use some relevant information related to your topic but before publishing, make the following checks.

    All of the information and figures are correct.

    The content should be free of plagiarism (original)

    Proofread thoroughly and make any necessary changes.

    As a result, you cannot fully rely on AI tools to provide the best and highest-quality content to your readers!

    Launching your ad

    A product’s promotion should begin even before it is released. This creates a community of people who are interested in it and will rush to buy or support it once it is released. In other words, they will be your initial backers. Since it appears that you have already launched your product it is now your turn to promote it in as many ways as possible. Concentrate on social media platforms such as Facebook Twitter, Pinterest, and YouTube. 

    If you search you will discover how many projects were promoted through these platforms before, during, and after their launch. Examine the ones similar to yours to get an idea of what works and what does not.

    The do’s and dont’s in launching your ad


    1. Perform market research on your intended audience before creating advertisements.

    2. Establish a budget and make sure it’s appropriate for your objectives.

    3. Select the appropriate keywords and set your bids accordingly.

    4. Regularly check on your campaign and adjust it as necessary.

    5. Keep at it; successful campaigns take time to gain traction.


    1. Keep in mind that the keywords you choose to bid on are just as crucial as the quality of the content you produce.

    2. Don’t set improbable objectives.

    3. Avoid changing your ads too frequently.

    4. Don’t be afraid to try new things and experiment.

    5. Avoid establishing a budget that is too low to produce results.

    Monitoring the campaign

    The method used to keep track of or manage an AdWords campaign or account depends on several variables. However, there are a few key points that almost all campaigns should keep in mind:

    1. Based on the theme of your website’s contents, structure your campaigns appropriately. 
    2. Utilize keywords to improve the relevance of your offering and advertising objective. 
    3. Work on improving the relevance of your ads and landing pages to raise your quality score. 
    4. Verify your bids frequently and make sure they are higher than the first-page bid. 
    5. Ensure your ads are only being clicked on for pertinent search terms by keeping an eye on the search query report. 
    6. Negative keywords should be added to prevent clicking on irrelevant search results. 
    7. Examine whether bid modifiers are necessary, and then modify them based on performance. 

    For instance, raise your bid on that device type if it performs better. Make use of ad formats and extensions by experimenting with them.

    Interpreting the analytics like a pro

    Mistakes to avoid during monitoring without having a grasp of profit margins within a Search Network Campaign

    1. Avoid combining Search and Display.
    2. Keep an eye on your keyword match types.
    3. Remember to keep an eye on your search terms.
    4. Do not let your account run unattended.
    5. Avoid placing a bid for first place simply because you want to be first. Remember to configure conversions.

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