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    What is Low Search Volume Keywords in PPC?


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    Low search volume means very little traffic an indication that they are not very relevant to most customer searches

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    The “low search volume” label is applied to keywords that are associated with very little search traffic on Google. It's a pretty common sight with long-tail keywords, new products, or new brand terms. With this label applied, those keywords – even if they're relevant – are unable to trigger ads.

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    The “low search volume” label is applied to keywords that are associated with very little search traffic on Google. It's a pretty common sight with long-tail keywords, new products, or new brand terms. With this label applied, those keywords – even if they're relevant – are unable to trigger ads.

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    The “low search volume” label is applied to keywords that are associated with very little search traffic on Google. It's a pretty common sight with long-tail keywords, new products, or new brand terms. With this label applied, those keywords – even if they're relevant – are unable to trigger ads.

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    This is a status given to a keyword in your AdWords account that doesn't have enough search traffic on Google search. It means this keyword will remain inactive and won't trigger your ad until search traffic for that keyword increases.

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    The “low search volume” label is applied to keywords that are associated with very little search traffic on Google. It's a pretty common sight with long-tail keywords, new products, or new brand terms. With this label applied, those keywords – even if they're relevant – are unable to trigger ads.

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    The “low search volume” label is applied to keywords that are associated with very little search traffic on Google. It's a pretty common sight with long-tail keywords, new products, or new brand terms. With this label applied, those keywords – even if they're relevant – are unable to trigger ads

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    The “low search volume” label is applied to keywords that are associated with very little search traffic on Google. It's a pretty common sight with long-tail keywords, new products, or new brand terms. With this label applied, those keywords – even if they're relevant – are unable to trigger ads

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    The “low search volume” label is applied to keywords that are associated with very little search traffic on Google. It's a pretty common sight with long-tail keywords, new products, or new brand terms. With this label applied, those keywords – even if they're relevant – are unable to trigger ads

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