By monitoring ad campaign performance, an advertiser may obtain the information needed to:

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  • compare campaign performance to that of other advertisers
  • create separate Google Ads accounts for low-performing keywords
  • determine if campaigns are meeting overall marketing and conversion goals
  • create duplicate ad groups with identical keywords and different ad variations

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