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11:25 am on Jan 19, 2017 (gmt 0)

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Hi all,

I currently working on a Google Consumer Surveys Alternative Company. We have a better product and we collect survey responses with a more innovative way.

The problem here is that I think I have thought every single keyword we can target. like "survey responses" etc

As a final attempt to find what I am missing, I am writing this post. Is there anyone willing to suggest me something ?

Thanks in advance
4:00 pm on Jan 19, 2017 (gmt 0)

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4:41 pm on Jan 19, 2017 (gmt 0)

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It is hard to know what stage you are at. Let me take a guess. If I guess wrong, my answer will not apply to you.

I am guessing you are accumulating a large list in preparation to starting adwords. You have not started yet. You want to cover all possible keywords before you start.

Right?

Let me suggest your real problem is going to be winnowing down your list. Some keywords are going to draw huge response but gain you no new business. Consider the keyword "survey prize". This keyword is likely to draw survey participants, not people who want to conduct surveys. In any case, their objective is not what you are offering.

It is going to be expensive figuring out what works. I suggest starting with low bids for a very small list of what you expect to be you best keywords. Raise bids and add keywords to your list slowly. You are likely to find some things on your website need improvement and your early advertising was mostly wasted anyway. So, keep your spending low until you have a formula proven to work.