Google Responds To Landing Page Review Requests

Hints from Google on how to improve your AdWords landing pages:

From Digitalpoint:

We don’t typically give recommendations about what to change/add as we can’t guarantee it will help improve your site quality score. That said, you may consider adding content such as:
- more information about what distinguishes your service service and how you provide the best solution.
- information for home buyers – things to consider, how to pick a real estate agent
- information about real estate – median home value, common issues to watch out for (like termites or mold), etc.

From WebmasterWorld:

1. Not enought content.
There was only one opt-in email form and 1 page of text about why you should opt in, what you’ll get and a few tidbits about privacy.
2. The website needed a complete privacy policy on a new page as what was there was not detailed enough.
3. There was no contact us page.
4. There were no external links to other related and useful webpages.

2 thoughts on “Google Responds To Landing Page Review Requests

  1. Adding content helped my quality score greatly. Had basically a sales page for a landing page, changed it to a 5 page mini-site with lots of relevant content.

    Within several hours over 70% of the inactive words became active and the overall prices came down!

    Not only did it enable more clicks for less money, I was able to add several affiliate products mixed in with the new content.

    The 5 page mini-site now produces more income than the sales page alone.

    Providing more content also increased the opt-ins, it showed the visitors that I had extensive knowledge about the subject and they wanted the opportunity to learn more.

    Content works!

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