AdWords Small Business Corner Introduced
New subforum designed as place to share advice
Small business owners who would like a little help when it comes to AdWords have a new option in terms of places to go for advice. Google’s created the AdWords Small Business Corner to act as an environment where individuals can get together and exchange tips.
Overwhelmed with the number of tools available? Find yourself signing into AdWords every six minutes to little effect? It’s these sorts of things (and more) that Google means for everyone to address with the new section of the AdWords Help Forum.
A post on the Inside AdWords Blog explained, “This new category is not about troubleshooting specific account issues, but rather about sharing and learning from the experiences of others.”
Sample topics then included “[c]hoosing the right tools to measure results,” “[h]ow to write great ads,” and “[f]inding the right frequency to sign in to AdWords.”
Assuming enough people weigh in (and that is a major hurdle with every new community) the Small Business Corner should prove quite useful. Small business owners are in a pretty good position to understand other small business owners’ needs, after all.
And with regards to the community’s chattiness, we’ll note that topics are averaging about five replies each at the moment.