We Analyzed 4 Million Google Search Results. Here's What We Learned About Organic CTR (2023)

We analyzed 4 million Google search results to better understand the organic click-through rate.

First, we analyzed CTR data across 1,312,881 pages and 12,166,560 search queries.

Then, we looked at how factors like title tag length, sentiment and meta descriptions affect organic CTR.

Thanks to data provided from Semrush, we were able to get CTR data from several different Google Search Console accounts.

So without further ado, let’s see the results.

Here is a Summary of Our Key Findings:

1. The #1 result in Google’s organic search results has an average CTR of 27.6%.

2. The #1 organic result is 10x more likely to receive a click compared to a page in the #10 spot.

3. Organic CTR for positions 8-10 is virtually the same. Therefore moving up a few spots on the bottom of the first page may not result in more organic traffic.

4. On average, moving up 1 spot in the search results will increase CTR by 2.8%. However, this depends on where you’re moving from and to. Moving from position #3 to position #2 will usually result in a significant CTR boost. However, moving from #10 to #9 doesn’t make a statistically significant difference.

5. Titles that do and do not contain a question have similar CTRs.

6. Title tags between 40 to 60 characters have the highest CTR. According to our data, pages with a title tag length between 40 and 60 characters have a TK% higher CTR compared to those that are outside of that range.

7. Longer keywords tend to have a higher CTR: keywords between 10-15 words in length get 1.76x more clicks than single-word terms.

8. URLs that contain terms similar to a keyword have a 45% higher click-through rate compared to URLs that don’t contain a keyword.

9. Positive titles may improve your CTR. We found that titles with a positive sentiment improved CTR by approximately 4%.

I have detailed data and information of our analysis below.

The #1 Result In Google Gets 27.6% of All Clicks

The initial goal of our study was to establish CTR benchmarks.

Using our full data set of ~4 million results, we found that the #1 result has the highest CTR (by far).

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We also saw a sharp CTR dropoff starting on the 2nd page of the results.

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In fact, only .63% of Google searchers clicked on something from the second page.

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This CTR trend is consistent with other CTR industry studies, like this one from Advanced Web Ranking.

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And after we analyzed our cleaned-up data, we found that the #1 result in Google has a CTR of 27.6%.

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Here is the full CTR breakdown for Google’s first-page organic results:

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As you can see, the #1 result in Google has a 10x higher CTR compared to the #10 result.

For anyone that’s worked in the SEO field for any length of time, this finding shouldn’t come as a surprise. It’s well-known that ranking #1 is significantly more valuable than any other position.

We also looked at the CTR for branded keywords.

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As you can see, CTR to the #1 result is significantly higher for branded search terms compared to non-branded search terms. This is likely due to the fact that these are mainly navigational queries.

Key Takeaway: The #1 result in Google gets 27.6% of all clicks.

Organic CTR Spikes At Position #8… And Again At Position #2

As I outlined, the #1 result in Google has (by far) the highest CTR.

However, there are still clicks to be had outside of the top position.

Specifically, while CTR is relatively flat at the very bottom of the first page (positions #9 and #10) there’s a significant CTR spike at position #8.

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This suggests two things:

  1. Most users don’t look at the bottom of the SERPs
  2. Moving up from position #9 to #8 may result in a significant CTR boost.

We see another sharp CTR increase starting with position #2.

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This may be due to the fact that for results without ads or SERP features, the #2 result often appears above the fold.

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In fact, we found that the top 3 Google search results get 54.4% of all clicks.

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Key Takeaway: Our data suggests that “ranking on the first page” may not be a worthy SEO goal. Instead, it’s all about ranking in the top spot (or at least in the top 2). The top 3 organic results get more than half of the clicks.

Moving Up One Position Increases CTR By 32.3%

We discovered that all things being equal, moving up a single position in Google increases relative CTR by 32.3%.

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However, this CTR boost isn’t evenly distributed. Not even close.

The CTR impact of moving up in the SERPs varied widely depending on the position.

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For example, moving from position #10 to #9 will result in 11% more clicks.

However, moving up from #2 to the #1 spot will result in 74.5% more clicks.

Key Takeaway: Moving up one position in Google will increase your absolute CTR by an average of 2.8%. However, this increase varies greatly depending on the position. We found that the greatest CTR increase came from moving from #2 to #1, which resulted in a relative CTR boost of 74.5%.

Most Websites Get 25.1 Clicks Per Query

We also looked at, for all the queries reported in the Google Search Console, how many resulted in clicks.

First, we discovered that most of the queries that a site ranks for in Google get very few impressions.

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In fact, 90.3% of all the queries in our dataset have only 10 impressions or less.

This suggests that most of the keywords that a site ranks for are long tails with low search volume. Or that the site isn’t ranking highly for these terms. Or both.

And likely due to a low number of impressions, most queries result in a small number of clicks (25.1 per query).

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Key Takeaway: “Ranking for X keywords” may not be a valuable SEO metric. That’s because most pages rank for keywords with little search volume. Instead, most impressions and clicks tend to come from a relatively small number of queries.

Question and Non-Question Titles Have a Similar CTR

We compared the average organic CTR between titles that contained and didn’t contain a question.

(We defined a question as a title that used the terms “How, Why, What, Who” or a title with a question mark.)

We found that questions with titles had a slightly higher click-through rate compared to titles without a question.

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Here’s the full CTR breakdown across the top 10 results.

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However, the difference in CTR (15.5% vs 16.3%) was not significant.

Other headline CTR studies, like this one published in the journal Social Influence, found that questions boosted CTR on social media.

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It’s thought that questions may improve CTR in Google as well because when someone is searching for someone in Google, they’re essentially looking for an answer to a question.

(They are called “queries” after all.)

And using a question title may confirm to the reader that your result contains the answer to their exact question. However, our data doesn’t support this.

Key Takeaway: Question-based title tags perform similarly to non-question title tags in terms of organic click-through rate.

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Title Tags Between 40 to 60 Characters Have The Best CTR

What’s the ideal title tag length? Should you keep your titles short and sweet? Or use long titles that contain lots of info about your content?

According to our data, you want to aim somewhere in the middle.

Specifically, we found that titles between 40-60 characters have the highest organic CTR.

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The findings were similar when looking at title tag word count.

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While there may be an SEO benefit of long title tags (longer titles=more keywords), this may be partially offset by a lower organic CTR.

In fact, Etsy tested numerous title tag variations as part of a large-scale SEO experiment. And they discovered that “It appeared in our results that shorter title tags performed better than longer ones.”

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The author of that post hypothesized that shorter titles may perform better in Google due to query matching. However, according to our analysis, CTR may also play a role in why short and medium titles work best.

Key Takeaway: Title tags between 40 to 60 characters have the best organic CTR. Titles inside of this range have an 8.9% better average click-through rate compared to those that fall outside of this range.

Longer Keywords Tend to Have a Higher Overall CTR

We decided to investigate any potential correlation between keyword length and CTR.

For this analysis, we only focused on the #1 position.

As you can see in the chart below, CTR is clearly higher for long keywords compared to relatively short terms.

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In fact, keywords between 10-15 words in length get 2.62x more clicks than single-word terms.

This is likely due to the fact that longer keywords imply a very specific search intent. This means the user knows exactly what they’re looking for, and are therefore more likely to click.

Google also knows what the user wants. And therefore is likely to serve up highly relevant results.

On the other hand, broad terms often have “mixed intent”. This means the user needs to browse through the results to find a result relevant to their search (or search again with an entitled new query).

Key Takeaway: Long keywords get 1.76x more clicks in the organic SERPs (specifically, the 1st position), compared to very short keywords.

Keyword-Rich URLs Are Correlated With a Higher CTR

We wanted to see if keyword-rich URLs positively impacted CTR.

For example, take someone searching for “weekend trips”. Would a URL like travel.com/weekend-trips have a higher CTR than travel.com/travel-page?

To accomplish this analysis, we looked at each of the search queries, compared them with the URLs, and provided a similarity index that ranged from 0% to 100%.

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A value of 0% means that the two words are not similar at all, while a value of 100% means a perfect match. We ignored all punctuation marks and symbols.

Indeed, we found a significant correlation between keyword-rich URLs and organic CTR:

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However, it’s important to note that only 6.3% of URLs in our sample had similarity of more than 80%. This means that URLs are one of many factors that can result in a high CTR.

Although having a perfect query-keyword match resulted in the highest CTR, our data shows that a URL that partially matches a query can also result in a significant CTR boost.

Google’s Search Engine Optimization guide reminds webmasters that your page’s URL shows up in the SERPs. And they recommend that you use “URLs with words that are relevant to your site’s content…”.

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And a 2012 paper published by Microsoft found that “trusted domains” had a higher CTR in search engines compared to domains that people weren’t familiar with.

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The theory behind this is that search engine users use a page’s URL to figure out the best match for their query.

Key Takeaway: We found a large increase in CTR for pages with a perfect or partial query match (the entire search query is in the URL) vs. a non-match (no search query term matches the URL).

Positive Titles Can Increase Organic Click Through Rate

Our data suggests that titles with a positive sentiment have a higher CTR compared to negative or emotionally-neutral titles.

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Specifically, we found that positive titles have a 4.1% higher absolute CTR compared to negative titles.

We defined the sentiment of each title using machine learning models. Here are some examples of what our model determined as positive, neutral or negative sentiments:

SentimentExampleComment
positiveThe Healthiest Halloween Candies That Won’t Ruin Your DietTitles which contain words like “best”, “coolest”, “healthiest” etc.
neutralMom’s Turkey Sausage Patties RecipeJust reporting information, recipes, products names, etc.
negativeFormer Camp Woodward coach accused of sexual misconductUsually include “negative” words like “assault”, “killing”, etc. A lot of news titles here.

Several industry studies, including this one from BuzzSumo, have found a correlation between emotional headlines and engagement.

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However, I wasn’t able to find any industry study that specifically looked at the relationship between emotional title tags and Google organic CTR.

And at least according to our data, positive emotional titles can result in a higher click-through rate in the organic results.

Key Takeaway: Titles with positive sentiment have a higher organic click-through rate vs. neutral or negative titles.

Summary and Conclusion

Again, I’d like to thank Semrush for helping make this study possible.

And now I’d like to hear from you:

What’s your #1 takeaway from this research?

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Or maybe you have a question.

Either way, go ahead and leave a comment below.

FAQs

What is a good CTR for Google organic search? ›

The average CTR for a site's organic search results ranges from 3-5%. If your results aren't hitting those benchmarks, follow these best practices.

What is a good CTR for organic traffic? ›

A good CTR for organic searches is anything above 3%.

This means that out of 100 people who see a website's page in the SERPs, 3 people will click on it. Keep in mind that CTR can vary depending on a business's industry and what products or services they sell.

How can you increase your CTR in Google organic search results? ›

  1. Identify Your Lowest Organic CTR Content So You Know Where to Start. ...
  2. Fix Any Keyword Cannibalization. ...
  3. Get Creative With Your Titles. ...
  4. Use Descriptive URLs. ...
  5. Optimize Your Description. ...
  6. Utilize Structured Markup. ...
  7. Leverage PPC Ads for Organic CTR. ...
  8. Get Emotional.
22 Oct 2020

What is an average CTR for Google search? ›

The average CTR for Google Ads should fall somewhere between 3 and 5% – most marketers consider that good. However, many companies have their average CTR for Google Ads much higher. A few rare businesses even have a CTR of 50% or more.

What has the most results on Google 2022? ›

Recent data looked at the ten most popular searches on Google. It shows that the most searched word in 2022 is “Google” itself.

What is a good CTR for Google Ads 2022? ›

Clickthrough rate (CTR) shows how often people click your ad vs how many times it's shown. This metric is a good indicator of how well your keywords match your advertisement. The average CTR for Search Ads is 3.17%, while Google Display Ads have an average CTR of 0.46% across industries.

How long does it take to rank first on Google Search results? ›

According to seo.co, it can take anywhere from three to six months to rank on the first page of Google, assuming that you're writing good content and optimizing your website for search engines. If there's high competition or you haven't optimized your website, it may take six to 12 months to see results.

How do I get a high CTR? ›

4 tips to improve CTR
  1. Optimize your headline and copy: Use one or two focus keyword(s) in your headline and copy. ...
  2. Include CTAs: Write a direct and compelling call to action. ...
  3. Use images: Using visuals is a great way to increase CTR. ...
  4. Try using hashtags:

What is a good organic CTR on LinkedIn? ›

3. Click-through-rate: The metric to analyze your CTR is the number of users who took action on your LinkedIn post or ad, then Divide it by the number of impressions. The Avg CTR for organic posts is 1.09.

Does CTR affect Google ranking? ›

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Yes – because it is one metric you can use to understand whether your content is successful.

How important is CTR for SEO? ›

In organic SEO, this means how many people saw your search result, and how many people clicked through to the page. Click-through-rate is, of course, very important. If hundreds of thousands of people see your search result, but no one clicks on it, it's wasted effort.

How do you calculate organic CTR? ›

You can calculate your organic click-through rate (or “SEO CTR”) by dividing organic clicks by organic impressions.

Is 5% a good CTR? ›

Here, click-through rates will vary depending on the type of newsletter, among other factors. B2B newsletters (such as the WordStream Performance Tip!) tend to have higher CTR than B2C newsletters. In either case, a good click-through rate for email is between 10% and 20%.

Is 8% a good CTR? ›

Generally, a good CTR is any percentage that beats your channel average. So if 5% of people click your content, you should set a goal to reach 6%, 7%, 8%, and beyond. Also, according to YouTube, 50% of channels have a 2-10% CTR. That's another benchmark you can use to track your progress.

How do I increase CTR on Google Ads? ›

3. Try to improve your clickthrough rate (CTR)
  1. Edit your ad text to make your offer more compelling to your target audience.
  2. Ensure the details in your ad match the intent of your keywords.
  3. Highlight a unique benefit of your product or service, such as free shipping.

What is the #1 searched thing on Google? ›

Before we move on to the next list of trending keywords, it's important to understand what search volume is and how it works.
...
Top 100 Google searches in the U.S.
#KeywordSearch volume
1facebook144,000,000
2youtube143,000,000
3amazon119,000,000
4weather95,300,000
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What is the most searched question on Google ever? ›

It might be quite surprising to know that the most asked question in the world is “what is my ip”. There are a little over 3 million people who ask this question every month on Google and that's just one variation of the question. There are more who ask, “what is my ip address” and similar. So that is interesting!

What word is most searched on Google? ›

Most Searched Thing on Google: Top Google Searches in 2022 (US & Worldwide) What is the most searched thing on Google in 2022? This year, “facebook” leads the pack globally, followed by “youtube” and “amazon.” The popular word game “wordle” follows just behind.

What is a high CTR? ›

A high CTR is a good indication that users find your ads and listings helpful and relevant. CTR also contributes to your keyword's expected CTR, which is a component of Ad Rank. Note that a good CTR is relative to what you're advertising and on which networks.

How much should I budget for Google Ads? ›

If you're a beginner, try an average daily budget of US$10 to US$50. Check your account daily after applying a new budget to see how your campaigns have performed. You can set a shared budget with the amount you're willing to spend across multiple campaigns for the same client.

How much is Google Ads per click? ›

The average cost per click in Google Ads is between $2 and $4 on the Search Network. The average cost per click on the Display Network is under $1. The most expensive keywords in Google Ads and Bing Ads cost $50 or more per click.

How long does it take to rank organically on Google? ›

According to multiple sources, the average time for websites to rank on Google through optimization (SEO) techniques is about three to six months. That's right – jumping to the front of Google's results usually takes between 90-180 days, depending on the competitiveness of your industry and popularity of your keywords.

How long does it take for SEO to rank? ›

The short answer is between 4-12 months. The longer answer has to do with all those factors we discussed that tie into your SEO strategy. If you target low-competition keywords, you can start to see results within 4-6 months.

What is the fastest way to rank a keyword? ›

Let's take a closer look at various ranking factors and discuss how you can more effectively use keywords to drive search traffic.
  1. Measure Your Rankings. ...
  2. Target The Right Keywords. ...
  3. Clean Up Your Site Structure. ...
  4. Pay Attention To User Experience Signals. ...
  5. Optimize For Users & Search Engines.
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What are the three important factors to be considered to improve CTR? ›

Now that you know what organic CTR is and why it's important, let's dive into how you can improve yours.
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  • Content Marketing - our team creates epic content that will get shared, get links, and attract traffic.
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What is a good CTR for Google Ads? ›

If your CTR for Google search ads is around 2% or higher, you can give yourself a pat on the back. That's generally considered a good CTR. However, depending on your industry, it might still be considered low. Some industries have higher average CTRs than others.

Is 1000 views on LinkedIn good? ›

In my experience, anything over 1K is good for video views. Go beyond 5K and you're really doing well. While video view counts might look low at first glance, there are things that these numbers can't reflect: brand awareness.

How many LinkedIn followers is good? ›

The average number of connections per LinkedIn profile is around the 500-999 mark. So logic suggests the more people you are connected with on LinkedIn, the higher the total engagement score (likes, re-shares, comments, etc) vs. someone with a lower count. So compare your number of connections vs.

What is a good CTR on LinkedIn 2022? ›

This includes clicks on any links within the message or the image in the top right corner of the conversation window. CTRs for Sponsored Messages typically average 3.2%. If you have a CTR of 7% or higher, that's pretty stellar and indicates you've likely got a great offer with well-written ad copy.

Why is CTR declining? ›

CTR fluctuations are sometimes the result of recent changes in your site design or ad implementation. Check if your most recent dropoff in CTR coincides with a recent update to your website layout. If you have not changed your site design or ad layout, your site could be receiving a high level of invalid activity.

What percentage of organic clicks come the first result? ›

1. The #1 result in Google's organic search results has an average CTR of 27.6%. 2. The #1 organic result is 10x more likely to receive a click compared to a page in the #10 spot.

What does organic CTR mean? ›

What is an organic click-through rate? It's simply the number of clicks a search result receives, divided by the number of times it's viewed on the SERP (also known as “impressions”). Since no rank is created equal, calculating your organic CTRs helps you gauge just how valuable each rank position is to your site.

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Does CTR affect Google ranking? ›

Click-Through Rate as a Ranking Factor: Our Verdict

Yes – because it is one metric you can use to understand whether your content is successful.

How can I improve my CTR for SEO? ›

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  1. 1 – Attractive Meta Titles and Descriptions. ...
  2. 2 – Using Descriptive URLs. ...
  3. 3 – Adding Structured Data. ...
  4. 4 – Implementing Long-Tail Keywords. ...
  5. 5 – Trying to Appear in Rich Snippets or Answer Box. ...
  6. 6 – Analyze SERP and Competitors. ...
  7. 7 – Making Notable and Fresh Snippet.
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What is SEO CTR? ›

CTR (Click-Through Rate) is a metric that measures the ratio of users who clicked on the hyperlink to the total number of people who saw the hyperlink. In SEO, it is used to see how many people clicked on the snippet of your page in the SERP.

Is CTR important for SEO? ›

In organic SEO, this means how many people saw your search result, and how many people clicked through to the page. Click-through-rate is, of course, very important. If hundreds of thousands of people see your search result, but no one clicks on it, it's wasted effort.

How is CTR calculated? ›

CTR is the number of clicks that your ad receives divided by the number of times your ad is shown: clicks ÷ impressions = CTR. For example, if you had 5 clicks and 100 impressions, then your CTR would be 5%. Each of your ads, listings, and keywords have their own CTRs that you can see listed in your account.

Why is CTR declining? ›

CTR fluctuations are sometimes the result of recent changes in your site design or ad implementation. Check if your most recent dropoff in CTR coincides with a recent update to your website layout. If you have not changed your site design or ad layout, your site could be receiving a high level of invalid activity.

How can I improve my quality score? ›

5 ways to use Quality Score to improve your performance
  1. Review your Quality Score components. ...
  2. Make ads more relevant to keywords. ...
  3. Try to improve your clickthrough rate (CTR) ...
  4. Consider updating your landing page. ...
  5. Use Quality Score with other metrics.

Which strategy will give him a 45% increase in CTR? ›

Use descriptive URLs

And studies have shown that a well-optimized, keyword-rich URL can increase organic CTRs by 45%.

How long does it take to rank first on Google Search results? ›

According to seo.co, it can take anywhere from three to six months to rank on the first page of Google, assuming that you're writing good content and optimizing your website for search engines. If there's high competition or you haven't optimized your website, it may take six to 12 months to see results.

What is a high CTR? ›

As a metric, CTR tells you how relevant searchers are finding your ad to be. If you have a: High CTR, users are finding your ad to be highly relevant. Low CTR, users are finding your ad to be less relevant.

How do you calculate organic CTR? ›

You can calculate your organic click-through rate (or “SEO CTR”) by dividing organic clicks by organic impressions.

What is a good CTR for Google Ads? ›

If your CTR for Google search ads is around 2% or higher, you can give yourself a pat on the back. That's generally considered a good CTR. However, depending on your industry, it might still be considered low. Some industries have higher average CTRs than others.

Why is CTR important? ›

By determining how many people actually click on your ads, CTR supports ad optimization. Improving click through rate is one of the best ways to generate more sales. To measure click through rate in a campaign, you'll need to divide your total number of impressions by total number of clicks.

How do I get high CTR on Google Ads? ›

9 ways to improve Google Ads CTR (click through rate)
  1. Improve your Quality Score. ...
  2. Use the best ad extensions. ...
  3. Utilise smart bidding strategies. ...
  4. Test different ad types. ...
  5. Write compelling ad copy. ...
  6. Create tightly themed keyword groups. ...
  7. Split test advert copy. ...
  8. Highlight pricing in ad copy.
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