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Getting Started with Google Adwords credits from

by George Saleh on October 18, 2011

A fellow PPC advertiser once said that Google Adwords is like a sharp tool. If used correctly, it will produce great results, and stay reliable as long as needed. But when used ignorantly, with no preparation, the only result will be intense pain and frustration. Here at, we try to avoid giving our customers intense pain and frustration, so we’re cautiously announcing our Google Adwords Promotional Coupons.

Free Google Adwords credits

What exactly is Google Adwords?
Adwords is an online advertising program that shows your ads when users search for related products. If you could use more visitors on your website (and who couldn’t?) then Adwords is the perfect way to do it. Adwords works on a pay-per-click basis, when someone sees your ad and clicks on it, they are taken to a specific page on your site. The great thing about Adwords is the control offered, you get to write the ads, you get to choose keywords, and you get to create the perfect budget for your campaign.

But that sounds complicated!
Well, to be honest, it is. Adwords is a large, complex system, and you’re almost guaranteed to have some sort of competition. Luckily, Google has resources that can teach you the basics of Adwords. The AdWords Beginner’s Guide is the place to go if you want to get started. There, you can learn how to find effective keywords, write eye-catching advertisements, the best way to optimize your campaigns, and more. We won’t lie, it can take quite a few hours to understand, but the reward will be worth the effort.

Well, it seems risky…
Indeed, Adwords can cost hundreds of dollars, and it isn’t right for everyone. That’s where can help you out. We’re offering all our customers $25, $50 and $75 Adwords coupons, for free! This means you get to experiment with in Adwords! This credit will only work with a new account, so just make an Adwords account, then go to your billing tab to apply your promotional code! To get started, just log into your Control Panel and navigate to the Google Adwords area to collect your unique code.

What if I have questions?
The Adwords beginner’s Guide can’t cover everything, but there are two useful resources to help you with Adwords. The Adwords Learning Center is made for professionals trying to pass the four Adwords exams. It’s very text-heavy, but it covers everything about Adwords, so if you need specifics, that’s the place to go. The Adwords help Forum is where you can post questions, there is an active community of professionals that will usually respond within a day.

This looks great, but I don’t have time to learn everything.
Even if you’re too busy to learn everything you need to use Adwords, our coupons can still help you! There are thousands of professional advertisers  who can manage your account for you, for a small fee. The Google Partner Search can help you find those professionals. Just use the link, enter the required info, and when you find someone to set up your campaign, remember to give them your coupon code! Make sure you read the Third party guide to make sure your advertising partner is following advertising guidelines.

Adwords is a great way to get your website out of the depths of internet obscurity, and wants to help you do it. Get your free Google Adwords credits, and sign up with Adwords today!

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Rusher October 17, 2011 at 10:14 PM

I didn’t realize the pain that Adwords could cause if misused. Glad I didn’t just stumble into the program.

OhDonna October 17, 2011 at 10:17 PM

I like the thought of being able to experiemnt with AdWords for free at first. I know I’ll make rookie errors for a while before I get good at this.

WrigleyF October 17, 2011 at 10:19 PM

I assumed I wouldn’t use AdWords because of the expense and because you have to be adept at writing your own ads. But getting, in essence, a free trial, and finding out about these educational resources that exist might be enough to change my mind.

Texas2Step October 18, 2011 at 8:24 PM

What happens when you pass the exams? You can be an AdWords professional?

OfftheWall October 21, 2011 at 11:03 AM

Yes, that’s right, Texas2Step. You can get certification to get hired to manage other people’s AdWords campaigns that way. It’s Google’s official “stamp of approval.”

silkysmooth October 31, 2011 at 4:20 PM

pay per click, or ppc, is a great system of advertising. but remember, in order for ppc to work for you, then you have to capture people’s attention as soon as they land on the page your ad directs them to. put as much effort as you can into having a visually arresting page that clearly spells out what people need to do to get your product.

PotsNPans October 31, 2011 at 4:23 PM

So that’s what Search Advertising is! I have a feeling that if you’re not taking advantage of Search Advertising, you’re missing out on a huge pool of potential customers who will never hear of you otherwise.

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