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AdWords Elite What is the difference between AdWords and AdWords Elite?

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Thanks man that's really helpful, both of you guys thanks man!

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The difference is just that it allows you more options. People can use it once they have tyried out adwords and are comfortable with it.

Adwords elite, teaches you:
-how to find the lowest priced keywords (you pay the least amount of money each time someone clicks on your ad)
-how to write ads that catch people's attention
-how to turn people that click on your ad into buyers

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For those of you that are viewing this post, allow me to explain the difference between Adwords and Adwords Elite, as I have been marketing with Adwords for quite sometime and have learned a lot of information about it.

What Is Adwords
Adwords is google's paid search marketing system. Put simply, when you go onto google.com and type in your keyphrase (for example "website design"), you will see the results that are on the right hand side of the screen, under the area that says "sponsored links". The ads that you see here are pay per click ads usually. This means that the owner of the ad pays google each time someone clicks on the ad. Google only shows this ads to people that type in specific keywords that the advertiser is interested in targetting (i.e. "website design" in this particular example).

What is "Adwords Elite"?
Adwords elite (seen here) is a resource that internet marketers use to learn how to run the best campaigns with google adwords. While Google Adwords itself is a great tool, Adwords Elite is one of the best resources to learn how to use Google Adwords successfully.

Adwords elite, teaches you:
-how to find the lowest priced keywords (you pay the least amount of money each time someone clicks on your ad)
-how to write ads that catch people's attention
-how to turn people that click on your ad into buyers


To summarize, Google Adwords is the marketing system that allows you to have your ads show under the "sponsored link" section of google.com when someone searches for a keyword. Adwords Elite is a tool that helps you learn how to use the Google Adwords system effectively.

Good luck with Adwords Elite

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