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Google Ad Words And Re-directing?
Posted 07 December 2010 - 10:30 PM
On the green url of the ad words campaign, can I enter a URL that is then re-directed using .htaccess - will google mind that?
(I know that I can test but whilst I do that wondering if anyone has any idea?)
The reason for this is to make a simple catchy URL and then re-direct to a slightly more ugly one - (its an asthetic thing)
So the ad words link reads: www.mysite.com/buy-me and the .htaccess sends to www.mysite.com/this/is/the/link.html
Posted 08 December 2010 - 08:37 AM
Posted 14 February 2011 - 07:48 AM
If you download Google's "AdWords Editor" you can actually set a display URL and a separate destination URL (which isn't shown) that way all your adverts will look neat and tidy, but the browser still ends up on the deep-page in your site which is the most relevant to the search query.
You can also add individual destinations for each individual keyword, for example....
You have an ad group called "trousers" which contains one advert.
The adverts destination URL is www.yoursite.com/trousers
Your list of keywords is
And these would all go to www.yoursite.com/trousers
However, you can set the destination URL for each keyword individually so that your visitor reaches the right page for each search term, like this.....
trousers UK - www.yoursite.com/trousers
mens trousers - www.yoursite.com/trousers/mens-trousers
ladies trousers - www.yoursite.com/trousers/ladies-trousers
trouser pants - www.yoursite.com/trousers
jogging trousers www.yoursite.com/sportswear/sports-...jogging-bottoms
If you implement this to your advertising campaign, your conversion rate should increase tenfold!
I hope that helps, if you need anything explaining a bit better, then just PM me, im happy to help
All the best
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