The most expensive Google Ads keywords

| March 1, 2019

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A keyword’s average cost per click can make or break a potential campaign. If you’re trying to advertise with a high CPC and a limited budget, you’ll know the troubles that come with it. You’ll tend to have the usual symptoms; an incredibly low volume of traffic, low number of conversions and a high CPA. Below is a list of the most expensive keywords in Google Ads. There are no surprises in the industries that top the list, but breaking down the reasoning behind the CPC’s being so expensive can be incredibly beneficial when it comes to running your own campaigns.

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