Here are some tips to make sure you get the best bang for your buck:1.
Don’t click ads that appear as part of a paid-for ad.
This is a violation of federal advertising laws and could result in legal action.2.
Use a keyword filter if you’re trying to narrow your search to the best ad for your story.
It’ll tell you which ads to avoid and which ads you should trust.3.
Be mindful of the type of content you’re buying.
Some ads may not be of high quality.
For example, you might not see ads for a book or service you might like, or a news story you may not want to read.4.
Make sure your search engine has a search feature that matches your interests.
If you’re looking for information about the current season of a television show or film, you may want to look for ads that promote the show or movie.5.
If ads appear on a search page, look for the ads that aren’t linked to any search results.
If there are ads for other types of products or services, be careful.6.
Use the search results to your advantage by making sure you find the most relevant ads.
Ads with relevant keywords or product categories may show up more frequently than ads with more generic keywords or ads with a similar price.7.
Use search engine optimization to get the most accurate results.
Google recommends adding ads for free, but it may not always be a good idea.8.
If your search terms include an asterisk (*), you can use this to narrow down your search.
A asterisk indicates that a keyword appears in the search engine results.9.
If a search is related to a particular story, you can also narrow your results to the stories directly related to that search.10.
Search for a link to a specific story, and don’t click on a link if you think it may lead to a fake ad.11.
Always check your ad quality.
The higher the quality of an ad, the higher the chance that it will rank higher in Google’s search results and in search results from your favorite search engines.12.
If an ad has been flagged as spam, be aware that you may be wasting your time.
If the ad appears in your newsfeed, it may be worth avoiding.