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How is ad rank determined on the Google Search Network?



A. Your maximum CPC multiplied by your quality score
B. How popular your website is
C. Your CTR divided by your quality score
D. The amount you re willing to spend per click

This question is part of Business Bolts AdWords Fundamentals
Asked by Lginger, Last updated: Dec 18, 2019

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B.Jason

B.Jason

Answered Apr 20, 2018

AdRank in AdWords has generally been figured in view of your Max CPC and Quality Score. The first figure represents how contending ads on Google are positioned in diving request of Ad Rank. The advertiser that has the most noteworthy result of maximum CPC offer and Quality Score wins the pined for top ad spot.

A value that is utilized to decide your ad position and whether your ads will appear by any stretch of the imagination. Ad Rank is figured utilizing your offered sum, your bartering time ad quality, the Ad Rank limits, the setting of the individual's search and the normal effect of augmentations and other ad designs.

 

lginger

Lginger

Answered Sep 05, 2017

Your maximum CPC multiplied by your quality score
 

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