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As soon as you figure out your questions, they'll (Google) will probably change the playing field....
but in this phrase it would translate to
can't be arsed = can't be bothered to give a #*$!
in this sentence it could be replaced by can't be understood
without affecting readability or meaning significantly
3) When did txt (can't be understood) language become something you can use here?
[edited by: SEMblahblah at 5:09 am (utc) on Sep. 23, 2008]
I tested this by bidding 1 cent for a keyword with only 3 advertisers. My ad did not show. I bid about 40 cents and it's back. However, I have found that I do not have to bid the first page min they ask for (75 cents) for my ad to show.
How does one know how much to bid in these cases? I don't know. Any ideas?
I have a keyword where the bid is below the first page bid estimate. There are zero ads showing for that keyword. I click on the magnifying glass and it says: "This keyword isn't triggering ads to appear on Google or the search network."
Basically, Google doesn't like ads on that keyword unless you are going to give them the price they want. It would be nice if they used a different designation for that. Maybe have "bid is too low because of competition" and "bid is too low because of Google/quality/whatever".