Google Ads Fundamentals Exam Questions and Answers 2019

Google Ads Fundamentals Exam Questions and Answers 2019. Here we have covered every question of the exam and their 100% correct answers for free.

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Question 1:- How would you recommend that William set his budget if he wants to spend the US $608 per month on his campaign?

  1. Set a daily budget of $20 for the advertiser’s campaign
  2. Set a bid of $20 for the advertiser’s campaign
  3. Set a bid of $20 per ad group
  4. Set a daily budget of $20 for the advertiser’s account

Question 2:- A conversion is:

  1. When someone reaches your landing page after clicking your ad or video
  2. By definition when someone makes a purchase after clicking on your ad
  3. Any interaction with your ad that can be measured, like watching a video for a certain length of time
  4. An action defined as valuable to your business that someone takes after clicking on your ad

Question 3:- Your client noticed that his ad was disapproved for editorial reasons. Why is it important for him to understand and abide by Google’s advertising policies?

  1. Google Ads policies can help web users distinguish between ads and search results
  2. Google Ads policies can keep disapproved ads and websites out of organic search results
  3. Google Ads policies can help keep ad costs low and affordable for advertisers
  4. Google Ads policies can help ensure ads are useful, varied, relevant, and safe for web users

Question 4:- When reviewing the Search terms report for one of your client’s campaigns, you notice several terms that aren’t relevant to what they’re advertising. How can you use this information when refining the campaign’s keywords?

  1. Add the terms as keywords
  2. Add the terms as negative keywords
  3. Add the terms as exact match keywords
  4. Add the terms as phrase match keywords

Question 5:- How can you see if people are searching for your client’s services during the early morning and evening hours?

  1. Segment performance statistics by time
  2. Monitor reach and frequency data
  3. Run a Search terms report
  4. Run a keyword diagnosis

Question 6:- Tony travels frequently. He needs to be able to make changes to his Google Ads account while he’s offline, so he downloads AdWords Editor. Using AdWords Editor, Tony can do all of the following except:

  1. Manage, edit, and view multiple accounts at the same time
  2. Refresh data to reflect the latest statistics on his cost–per–click (CPC) campaign
  3. Copy or move items between ad groups and campaigns
  4. Undo and redo multiple changes while editing his campaigns

Question 7:- An advertiser wants to achieve the top position in paid search results. Which recommendations would improve the likelihood of the advertiser’s ad showing in the top position?

  1. Improve Quality Score and increase cost-per-click (CPC) bid
  2. Improve Quality Score and decrease cost-per-click (CPC) bid
  3. Decrease cost-per-click (CPC) bid and decrease daily budget
  4. Decrease cost-per-click (CPC) bid and increase daily budget

Question 8:- Belinda’s boutique just started carrying 3 new designer labels. She wants to show an image ad announcing the new collections to people who are browsing websites about designer clothing. Which campaign type is a good fit?

  1. “Search Network”
  2. “Search Network with Display opt-in”
  3. “Display Network”
  4. ”Shopping”

Question 9:- Which is a benefit of advertising online?

  1. Reach people who are likely interested in what you’re advertising
  2. Make money by showing ads on your website
  3. Increase your position in organic search results
  4. Automatically collect information about potential customers

Question 10:- When choosing a maximum cost–per–click (max. CPC) bid, you should consider the amount that you make from a purchase because you want to set a bid amount that’s:

  1. based on how much your product is worth
  2. the same amount as the revenue generated by your product
  3. the same amount as the profit generated by your product
  4. 50% of how much your product is worth

Question 11:- Mary’s campaign consistently meets its average daily budget. What should she do to maximize her budget throughout the entire day?

  1. Increase her daily budget
  2. Change the ad delivery method from “Standard” to “Accelerated”
  3. Change the ad delivery method from “Accelerated” to “Standard”
  4. Segment her campaign performance by time of day

Question 12:- Which is a benefit of advertising online with Google Ads?

  1. Advertisers can choose how much they spend and only pay when someone clicks their ad
  2. Advertisers can have ads automatically translated into different languages
  3. Advertisers can pay to always show their ad above the organic search results
  4. Advertisers pay the same amount every time someone clicks their ad

Question 13:- Caleb owns a music store and is creating an ad group for musical instrument rentals. What would be the most appropriate landing page for his ad?

  1. His homepage, with links to instrument sales, rentals, and music lessons
  2. A page with information on music lessons and a contact form
  3. A page with information on instrument rentals and a contact form
  4. A page with a wide selection of instruments for sale

Question 14:- What bidding strategy should Tracy, a pizzeria owner, use to get more people to call her business?

  1. Cost-per-click (CPC)
  2. Cost-per-view (CPV)
  3. Cost-per-thousand viewable impressions (vCPM)
  4. Cost-per-acquisition (CPA)

Question 15:- Using the paid & organic report for her travel website, Karen noticed a relatively high organic clicks/query rate for the search query “Hawaii vacations.” What does this mean?Answer:-

  1. Karen’s average organic position is higher than other advertisers’, but her average ad position is lower than other advertisers’
  2. People who see Karen’s site in relevant organic search results often click through to her site
  3. Karen’s ads often show below her organic results for the search query
  4. Karen’s ads don’t often show for the search query

Question 16:- Why would an advertiser use sitelinks?

  1. To give customers quick access to multiple pages of an advertiser’s website
  2. To showcase customer reviews with high-quality survey data
  3. To show a link that sends people to the app store or starts downloading an app
  4. To let customers click a button to call the business

Question 17:- Which strategy should Giorgio use to increase the number of relevant clicks from his Search Network campaign?

  1. Broaden his keyword list for ads with the lowest clickthrough rate (CTR)
  2. Increase bids for ads with the lowest average position and clickthrough rate (CTR)
  3. Add new relevant keywords and remove keywords with low clickthrough rate (CTR)
  4. Increase bids on relevant keywords with low clicks and clickthrough rate (CTR)

Question 18:- You can use audience targeting to show your ads to:

  1. specific groups of people, based on their location
  2. specific websites, based on specific interests
  3. groups of websites, based on specific interests
  4. specific groups of people, based on their interests

Question 19:- Nadia manages a local gym and is running an ad to drive more free trial memberships. What could she include in her ad text?

  1. A call-to-action like “Sign up for a free trial”
  2. A prominent headline like “TRIAL MEMBERSHIPS AVAILABLE”
  3. A call-to-action like “Visit our gym now”
  4. A promotion like “20% off fitness classes”

Question 20:- What’s one of the main benefits of using ad extensions?

  1. Extensions are automated so you don’t have to create your ads
  2. Extensions increase your reach by showing your ad on more advertising networks
  3. Extensions ensure a higher clickthrough rate (CTR) because they make your ad more prominent
  4. Extensions provide additional information to make your ads more relevant to customers

Question 21:- Adam, a flower shop owner, wants to drive phone calls to his store. Which Google Ads tool should he use to track how many calls result from ad clicks on a mobile phone?

  1. Conversion tracking
  2. Search terms report
  3. Impressions
  4. Reach and frequency

Question 22:- When someone clicks your ad, the actual amount you’re charged will be:

  1. The minimum needed to hold your ad position, under the maximum cost–per–click (max. CPC) limit
  2. The minimum needed to hold your ad position, but never less than 50% of your maximum cost–per–click (max. CPC) bid
  3. The minimum needed to hold your ad position, but never more than 120% of your maximum cost–per–click (max. CPC) bid
  4. The minimum needed to hold your ad position or 50% of your maximum cost–per–click (max. CPC) bid, whichever is greater

Question 23:- When creating text ads to advertise a client’s small chain of Italian restaurants, what should you include in the ad text to make it compelling to potential customers?

  1. Information about Italian food in the description
  2. Include call–to–actions, such as “Find the nearest location”
  3. An exclamation point in the display URL
  4. Use the same headline and description as other advertisers

Question 24:- Your client wants to increase the number of people visiting his website. When analyzing the data for his Search campaign, which metric do you most want to improve?

  1. Clickthrough rate (CTR)
  2. Conversion rate
  3. Impressions
  4. Clicks

Question 25:- You would advise a client that’s launching a new product line to advertise on the Display Network because she can:

  1. reach people who are interested in similar products
  2. reach people who are searching for her products
  3. use text ads that encourage people to call her business
  4. use text ads that encourage people to visit her website

Question 26:- Data for your client shows that more estimated total conversions are coming from mobile devices versus computers and tablets. How can you use this data to optimize your client’s bidding strategy?

  1. Use target search page location to help get your client’s ads to the top of mobile search page results
  2. Set a mobile bid adjustment to decrease bids for searches on computers and tablets
  3. Set a mobile bid adjustment to increase bids for searches on mobile devices
  4. Use enhanced cost–per–click (ECPC) to increase bids that are likely to result in conversions from mobile devices

Question 27:- Your ad can show to a potential customers when your targeted language matches:

  1. the customer’s Google interface language setting
  2. the customer’s operating system language
  3. the language of websites a user visits most often
  4. the customer’s browser setting

Question 28:- Every time your ad is eligible to show, Google Ads calculates its Ad Rank using your bid amount, components of Quality Score, and:

  1. the expected impact of extensions and other ad formats
  2. your historical conversion rate
  3. the search ranking of your website
  4. the daily budget you’ve set

Question 29:- Target cost-per-acquisition (CPA) bidding can help drive conversions by using your conversion history and:

  1. cost-per-click (CPC) goals to raise your bid when a conversion is more likely
  2. cost-per-acquisition (CPA) goals to show the optimal ad when a conversion is more likely
  3. cost-per-click (CPC) goals to show the optimal ad when a conversion is more likely
  4. cost-per-acquisition (CPA) goals to raise your bid when a conversion is more likely

Question 30:- When reviewing your client’s Search Network campaign, you notice that an ad in one of the ad groups has a lower average position. Which automated bid strategy should you use to help improve the position of these ads?

  1. Target return on ad spend (ROAS)
  2. Maximize clicks
  3. Target search page location
  4. Enhanced cost-per-click (CPC)

Question 31:- On the Display Network, your ad is eligible to show on a webpage if your:

  1. landing page matches that webpage’s content
  2. keywords match that webpage’s content
  3. ad text matches that webpage’s content
  4. website matches that webpage’s content

Question 32:- Cliff just started working with a client who has a very disorganized Google Ads account. What’s an effective way for him to begin restructuring his client’s account?

  1. Create one campaign for all the products his client offers
  2. Create one campaign with a broad selection of keywords
  3. Create campaigns based on the structure of his client’s website
  4. Create multiple campaigns, each with a set of related keywords

Question 33:- What happens as a result of a search campaign consistently meeting its daily budget?

  1. Fewer sites targeted at once
  2. Higher average cost–per–clicks (CPCs)
  3. Missed potential ad impressions
  4. Accelerated ad delivery

Question 34:- Sally’s Spice Store sells a variety of spices and healthy cooking ingredients. Which targeting method should Sally choose if she wants her ads to show on websites that focus on health, wellness, and home-cooking?

  1. Location targeting
  2. Intuitive targeting
  3. Topic targeting
  4. Placement targeting

Question 35:- Which campaign type would an advertiser use to target users searching on

  1. “Search Network with Display opt-in”
  2. “Search Network”
  3. “Display Network”
  4. ”Video campaign”

Question 36:- What does a high Quality Score indicate?

  1. You have been a Google Ads user for a long time.
  2. Your ad relevance and landing page are below average.
  3. Your bid is high enough to have your ad displayed.
  4. Your ad and landing page are relevant and useful to a viewer.

Question 37:- Each campaign in your Google Ads account should have a single:

  1. ad group
  2. business goal
  3. maximum cost–per–click (max. CPC) bid
  4. landing page

Question 38:- What happens when a campaign consistently meets its average daily budget?Answer:-

  1. Your budget is automatically adjusted
  2. Ads in that campaign will show less often than they could
  3. Ads in that campaign will stop showing for the rest of the billing cycle
  4. Average cost–per–click (CPC) bids will be lowered

Question 39:- Susan’s Sporting Goods sells a variety of sports equipment and clothing. How should Susan set up her Google Ads account?

  1. Create one account for Susan’s sporting goods. Create one campaign for both equipment and clothing. Create one ad group that includes basketballs, tennis rackets, jerseys, and baseball hats.
  2. Create two accounts: one for equipment and one for clothing. Within the equipment account, create a campaign for basketballs and tennis rackets. Within the clothing account, create a campaign for jerseys and baseball hats.
  3. Create an account for each product Susan’s Sporting Goods sells. In each account, create a single ad group for all equipment and clothing products.
  4. Create one account for Susan’s Sporting Goods. Create two campaigns: one for equipment and one for clothing. Within the equipment campaign, create ad groups for basketballs and tennis rackets. Within the clothing campaign, create ad groups for jerseys and baseball hats.

Question 40:- How should an advertiser with stores in both India and Germany set up an Google Ads account to target users in these different locations?

  1. Create two separate ad groups, each targeting one of these locations.
  2. Create two separate accounts, one for each of these locations.
  3. None of the above. Google Ads can’t target users in specific locations.
  4. Create two separate campaigns, each targeting one of these locations.

Question 41:- How much are you charged for a click on your Google Ads ad?

  1. You’re charged $0.01 for every click
  2. You’re charged 10 cents more than the next highest bid.
  3. You’re charged the full amount you bid.
  4. You’re charged only the minimum amount needed to maintain your ad’s position.

Question 42:- Tom wants to promote his windshield repair company’s emergency service by reaching people when they’re searching for help. Which campaign type is a good fit?

  1. “Search Network with Display Opt-in”
  2. “Shopping”
  3. “Search Network”
  4. “Display Network”

Question 43:- What value is used to determine whether your ad will show on a page and, if so, the ad’s position?

  1. Ad Rank
  2. Ad Score
  3. Quality Score
  4. Quality Factor

Question 44:- Clyde wants to raise the profile of his dance school. A “Display Network” campaign can help him:

  1. pick the most popular keywords for his campaign
  2. show ads on dance websites and YouTube videos
  3. show ads when someone searches for dance classes
  4. match his ad text to what people are searching

Question 45:- Laura runs an online store with a large inventory of children’s toys and games. Which ad format would you use for Laura’s campaign to reach people interested in purchasing children’s games?

  1. Image ads
  2. App promotion ads
  3. Shopping ads
  4. Sitelink extensions

Question 46:- An advertiser wants to display a text ad that includes extra details like the business’s location and phone number. Which ad format should the advertiser use?

  1. Ads with extensions
  2. Image ads
  3. Shopping ads
  4. Video ads

Question 47:- What’s a benefit of having multiple ads in an ad group?

  1. Google Ads will automatically match each ad to the keywords it’s most relevant to
  2. Ads are only eligible to show at the top of the page if there’s more than one ad in that ad group
  3. When using optimize for clicks, Google Ads will automatically rotate your ads and give the best performing ones a better chance of showing more often
  4. Ads are only eligible to show ad extensions if there’s more than one ad in that ad group

Question 48:- You would choose to advertise on the Search Network if you wanted to:

  1. choose the types of websites where you want your ads to show
  2. reach customers browsing websites related to your business
  3. choose from a range of ad formats, like video and image ads
  4. reach customers while they’re searching for your products or services

Question 49:- An advertiser should group their campaigns by:

  1. maximum cost–per–click (CPC) bids
  2. number of ad groups per campaign
  3. number of keywords
  4. type of product or service

Question 50:- Which client would you advise to use radius targeting?

  1. Christopher, who wants to promote his new product in select cities
  2. Denise, whose service can reach customers within 30 miles
  3. Luis, whose e–commerce business delivers nationwide
  4. Mabel, who wants to exclude her ads from certain cities

Question 51:- Why might you use the “Search Network campaigns with Display opt-in” campaign type?

  1. Your video ads can run on the Search Network
  2. Your ads only show on the first page of search results
  3. You can pick the exact websites where you want your ad to show
  4. You can use one budget to advertise on the Search Network and Display Network

Question 52:- Your client wants to show ads to people who’ve visited her website before. Which Google Ads feature would you recommend she use?

  1. Ecommerce tracking
  2. Remarketing
  3. Dynamic Search Ads
  4. Conversion tracking

Question 53:- Data shows that the audience for a client’s running shoe store is women ages 35 to 50. How can you optimize this client’s Display Network campaign based on your research?Answer:-

  1. Set up a remarketing list to show ads to women who have previously visited your client’s website
  2. Increase cost–per–click (CPC) bids and experiment with variations of ad text that includes running tips
  3. Use frequency capping to limit the number of times men ages 40 to 65 see your client’s ads
  4. Add demographic and age targeting to show ads to people in this audience

Question 54:- Your travel agency client is running a very targeted campaign to reach people who are visiting Paris on vacation and don’t live in France. What would be an effective way to target this client’s customers?

  1. Create a campaign with ads and keywords written in French
  2. Create a keyword list with the exact match keyword “Paris” and negative keyword “France”
  3. Create a campaign targeting French and regions other than Paris
  4. Create a campaign targeting Paris and languages other than French

Question 55:- What changes can you make to the Display Network campaign of a client who wants to drive awareness of her natural beauty brand?

  1. Add affinity audiences targeting people interested in green living and beauty
  2. Target large metropolitan areas where people are more likely to encounter her product
  3. Increase the daily budget and add text ads with clear call-to-actions like “Buy now”
  4. Use a balanced combination of broad-, exact-, and phrase-matched keywords

Question 56:- A standard Google Ads text ad is made up of:

  1. headline text, an image, and description text
  2. headline text and description text
  3. headline text, a display URL, and description text
  4. a display URL and description text

Question 57:- What is the recommended next step if you noticed from the Search terms report that certain search terms are leading to a high number of clicks on your ads?

  1. Make sure relevant search terms are keywords and adjust your bid or ad text for these keywords
  2. Add search terms that are not leading to many clicks as negative keywords
  3. Add sitelinks to your ads to make them even more prominent
  4. Make sure all of these search terms are included as keywords, regardless of relevance

Question 58:- Your client’s campaign is getting a lot of clicks, but the conversion rate is low. Which approach could help improve your client’s conversion rate?

  1. Make sure the landing page is closely related to the ad
  2. Increase the average daily budget for the campaign
  3. Increase the cost–per–click (CPC) bid for low–performing keywords
  4. Broaden the list of keywords to reach more potential customers

Question 59:- You can use Keyword Planner to identify:

  1. webpages where your ad can appear based on your keywords
  2. which text ads are performing best based on your keywords
  3. the amount of traffic potential keywords might get
  4. the number of negative keywords you should add

Question 60:- Your client noticed last month that his ad often showed up beside another advertiser’s ad for the same search terms. How can you help your client understand how he is performing compared to other advertisers?

  1. Use the Auction insights report to show how often his ads rank higher in search results than those of other advertisers
  2. Use the Search term report to show which search terms lead to the most clicks on his ads
  3. Use the top movers report to show which campaigns have seen the biggest change in clicks since last month
  4. Use the paid & organic report to show when his website appears in organic search, with no associated ads

Question 61:- An advertiser wants to know the minimum amount of money that she must spend on a Google Ads campaign. What should you tell her?

  • $100.00
  • $5
  • There is no minimum
  • $2

Question 62:- Advertising on TV, print, and radio typically requires a predetermined budget. What key difference with online advertising campaigns allow advertisers to invest with more flexibility

  1. Online campaigns are highly measurable and can often automate a positive ROI. It can be strategic to capture all traffic without a predetermined budget as long as ROI is positive.
  2. Budgets for online campaigns can only be set once annually and require a fixed commitment.
  3. Online campaigns generate clicks, whereas other channels generate exposure
  4. Budgets cannot be applied to online campaigns due to constant changes in traffic.

Question 63:- Your client’s campaign is consistently meeting its average daily budget. What should you do to maximize your client’s budget throughout all hours of the day?

  1. Increase the maximum cost–per–click (CPC) bid
  2. Pause the campaign to stop showing ads and accruing costs
  3. Lower the daily budget amount
  4. Change the ad delivery method from “Accelerated” to “Standard”

Question 64:- If you’d like your ads to show on certain sites across the Internet, you can add these websites as:

  1. Audiences
  2. Topics
  3. Placements
  4. Keywords

Question 65:- Which client would you advise to advertise on the Search Network?

  1. Suzy, who wants to reach people browsing travel websites about China
  2. Jim, who wants to reach people on social networks interested in poetry
  3. Carol, who wants to reach people watching YouTube videos
  4. Bill, who wants to reach people looking for plumbing services

Question 66:- An advertiser wants to increase the Quality Score of a low–performing keyword. Which approach would you recommend?

  1. Set an ad group bid adjustment of +20% for that keyword
  2. Modify the ad associated with that keyword to direct to a highly-relevant landing page
  3. Delete the keyword and use Keyword Planner to find more relevant keywords
  4. Delete the keyword and add a synonym of the keyword to the campaign

Question 67:- How do cost-per-click (CPC) ads compete with cost-per-thousand impressions (CPM) ads on the Display Network?

  1. Ads using CPC bids are not allowed to compete on the Display Network
  2. CPM bids are effectively converted to CPC bids
  3. CPC bids are effectively converted to CPM bids
  4. CPC and CPM bids only compete against bids of the same type

Question 68:- Which of the following items is not a component of Quality Score?

  1. Ad relevance
  2. Expected clickthrough rate (CTR)
  3. Maximum cost–per–click (max. CPC) bid
  4. Landing page experience

Question 69:- Your client gets more conversions from ads that appear to people in Tokyo. What actions should you take to try and increase the number of conversions for this client?

  1. Create a separate ad group to target ads and bids for Tokyo
  2. Refine where your ads show by adding the keyword “Tokyo”
  3. Use the user location report to understand if people who click your ads are located in Tokyo
  4. Use a location bid adjustment to increase bids for customers in Tokyo

Question 70:- Which two bidding strategies can boost brand awareness and recognition? (Choose 2)

  1. Cost-per-view (CPV)
  2. Cost-per-thousand viewable impressions (vCPM)
  3. Cost-per-acquisition (CPA)
  4. Cost-per-click (CPC)

Question 71:- Your client wants to improve her ad position. What would you recommend?Answer:-

  1. Improve the ad quality and increase bid amount
  2. Improve Quality Score and decrease bid amount
  3. Make the ad headline longer and more descriptive
  4. Add more keywords and increase daily budget

Question 72:- What’s one benefit of creating multiple ad groups?

  1. You can pause specific keywords if they’re not performing well
  2. You can break up keywords and ads into related themes
  3. You can set different budgets for each ad group
  4. You can target specific ad groups into various Google networks

Question 73:- Paige’s Pet Store is deciding on keywords for a new Google Ads campaign. How should Paige set up her Google Ads keywords?

  1. Use the Keyword Planner to come up with keyword ideas for Display Network campaigns.
  2. Use negative keywords for terms that are related to pets and animals.
  3. Use general keywords to reach a specific audience.
  4. Bundle similar keywords together in one ad group based on common themes.

Question 74:- You signed 3 new clients, each with an existing Google Ads account. What’s the best way to manage these accounts?

  1. Pause your clients’ campaigns and recreate them in your Google Ads manager account
  2. Link the client accounts to your Google Ads manager account
  3. Use your clients’ sign–in information to access and manage the accounts
  4. Consolidate the 3 accounts into a new Google Ads account you create

Question 75:- How are negative keywords different from other keywords?

  1. They can increase your costs.
  2. They can only be used for ads on the Display Network.
  3. They prevent your ad from showing for search terms that you don’t want.
  4. They make your ad appear for search terms that you don’t want.

Question 76:- How are rich media ads different from other ad formats?

  1. They are a type of text ad
  2. They are static image ads
  3. They are ads with animation or other types of motion
  4. They are displayed on the Search Network

Question 77:- A client wants to promote her new mobile app by showing her ads in other mobile apps. How can Google Ads help accomplish her goal?

  1. Google’s Display Network includes many mobile apps where she could show her ad
  2. She can use keywords like “mobile app” to target people who are more likely to download her app
  3. She can use mobile app extensions to reach users in apps
  4. Google’s Search Network will help her target people who are more likely to download her app

Question 78:- An advertiser wants to know if Shopping ads will appear on YouTube. What should you tell her?

  1. Shopping Ads can only appear on
  2. Shopping ads can only show on pre-roll video ads on YouTube
  3. Shopping Ads can only appear on retail websites.
  4. Shopping ads can appear on Google Search partner websites like YouTube

Question 79:- Why should you link your client’s Google Ads account to Search Console?

  1. See which campaigns have the biggest changes in clicks, costs, and conversions
  2. See how often your ads rank higher in search results than those of other advertisers participating in the same auction
  3. See how your ads performed when triggered by actual searches
  4. See if people reach your client’s website via ads or organic search results

Question 80:- What is the Google Network?

  1. A network of partner websites that will show your ad.
  2. The term that embodies all of the places where your ad can appear.
  3. A network of hardware devices, including chromebooks and android phones where your ad can appear.
  4. The collective term for Google’s professional support staff that can answer your Google Ads questions 24/7.

Question 81:- Which targeting option can help you reach people who’ve previously visited your website?

  1. Remarketing
  2. Interest category targeting
  3. Demographic targeting
  4. Device targeting

Question 82:- An advertiser wants to target people on the Search Network who have previously visited their website. What should they do?

  1. They should use device targeting
  2. They should use placement targeting
  3. They should create remarketing lists for search ads
  4. They should use location targeting

Question 83:- Research for a client who owns used car dealerships shows that people who visit his website also visit certain popular car blogs. Which targeting method would you use to reach these people?

  1. Placements
  2. Keywords
  3. Remarketing
  4. Topics

Question 84:- By monitoring ad campaign performance, an advertiser may obtain the information needed to:

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

Question 85:- Conversion tracking helps you improve the return on investment (ROI) from your online advertising because it:

  1. focuses on getting customers to complete an online purchase
  2. automatically gives you personal details about the people who convert
  3. shows you which ads lead to customer actions that have value for your business
  4. measures trends relating to the search terms people have used before seeing your ad

Question 86:- Your client is interested in switching from TV, print, and radio advertising. What are the return on investment (ROI) benefits of online advertising campaigns over traditional media advertising?

  1. Online advertising is always less expensive than traditional media
  2. Traditional media typically requires a predetermined quarterly budget, but online advertising usually lets you set your budget once a month at a fixed amount
  3. Traditional media generates exposure, but online advertising campaigns can guarantee sales
  4. Traditional media is not always measurable, but online campaigns are highly measurable and you can analyze your click data

Question 87:- In addition to how much the advertiser will pay, which two factors are decided by the Google Ads auction? (Choose 2).

  1. How quickly your landing page will load once a user clicks on the ad
  2. The ad’s position on the page
  3. The design of the ad, including font and color
  4. Whether or not the ad actually shows

Question 88:- Negative keywords can help advertisers better target their ads by:

  1. reducing their campaign’s daily budget recommendations
  2. raising the average position of their ads
  3. reducing the number of irrelevant clicks
  4. increasing the number of relevant Display Network placements

Question 89:- All other things being equal, if you’ve set a maximum cost–per–click (max. CPC) bid of USD $1 for your ads, and if the next most competitive bid is USD $0.50 for the same ad position, what is the actual amount you’d pay for that click?

  1. $0.51
  2. $1
  3. $0.50
  4. $1.01

Question 90:- Your new client’s Google Ads account has one campaign with one ad group that contains a list of hundreds of keywords. Which best practice should you follow when re–organizing this client’s keywords?

  1. Remove half of the keywords from the ad group
  2. Create new ad groups with related keywords grouped together
  3. Create new ad groups with several keyword match types
  4. Create one ad group for every five keywords

Question 91:- Anne–Marie’s business goal is to generate online sales of her handmade purses. Her Google Ads costs are $100 per week and she wants to know if her advertising investment is paying off. What additional information do you need in order to calculate her return on investment (ROI)?

  1. How many times her ads have been viewed and clicked on
  2. Number of clicks on her ads and revenue they generated
  3. Number of clicks on her ads and costs to produce her purses
  4. Costs to produce her purses and revenue generated from her ads

Question 92:- While teaching a new account manager how to build a Search campaign, you tell her that she should group similar keywords together in an ad group because it will allow her to:

  1. create a different ad for each keyword
  2. create multiple ads for each keyword
  3. create ads that are relevant to all keywords
  4. only create one ad that’s relevant to all keywords

Question 93:- You can win a higher ad position in the auction with a lower cost–per–click (CPC) bid by:

  1. creating ads that include terms or phrases people are searching for
  2. creating ads that link to a generic landing page
  3. creating high–quality ads and landing pages
  4. All of the listed answers

Question 94:- Maria noticed last month that her ad often showed up beside a competitor’s ad for the same search terms. How can Maria understand how her performance compares to that of other advertisers?

  1. Use the Search terms report to see the terms people were searching for when her ad was shown.
  2. Use the Auction insights report to show how often her ads rank higher in search results than those of other advertisers.
  3. Use the paid & organic report to see how often her website pages are showing in Google’s free organic search results.
  4. Track the clicks and clickthrough rate (CTR) of her ad campaign.

Question 95:- Which targeting option should an advertiser use when trying to reach 25-30 year old males?

  1. Demographic targeting
  2. Interest category targeting
  3. Contextual targeting
  4. Keyword targeting

Question 96:- What report can help you identify opportunities to improve your keywords and ads?

  1. Time segmentation report
  2. Search terms report
  3. Auction insights report
  4. Paid & organic report

Question 97:- Which two metrics help show you how many people found your ad compelling enough to actually click on it and visit your website? (Choose 2)

  1. Clicks
  2. Clickthrough rate (CTR)
  3. Impressions
  4. Search terms

Question 98:- How are manual extensions different from automatic extensions?

  1. Manual extensions require you to fill out additional information. Automatic extensions do not.
  2. Manual extensions cost more than automatic extensions
  3. There is only one type of manual extension but many types of automatic extensions
  4. Automatic extensions require setup. Manual extensions do not.

Question 99:- You would choose to advertise on the Display Network if you wanted to:

  1. show ads on Google Maps
  2. show ads to people on non-Google search sites
  3. show ads on websites related to your business
  4. show ads on Google Shopping

Question 100:- One of your clients wants to know why a campaign went over the specified daily budget several days in a row. What would you explain to your client about how the Google Ads system works?

  1. Due to changes in traffic, Google Ads allows up to 20% more impressions in a day than the budget specifies
  2. To show an ad more often, Google Ads charges more than the average daily budget amount multiplied by 30.4
  3. Google Ads automatically increases the maximum cost–per–click (CPC) bid to show an ad higher in Google search results
  4. Due to changes in traffic, your total daily cost might be up to 2 times your average daily budget. However, with all Google Ads campaigns you won’t be charged more than your average daily budget multiplied by the average number of days in a month (30.4)

Question 101:- If you bid $2 for a click and the next highest bid is $1.25, how much will you pay?

  1. $2
  2. $1.24
  3. $1
  4. $1.26

Question 102:- Which of these metrics is especially important to clients who are running a branding campaign?

  1. Phone call conversions
  2. Average cost–per–click (avg. CPC)
  3. Clickthrough rate (CTR)
  4. Impressions

Question 103:- When building a keyword list for a Display Network campaign, you should do which of the following:

  1. use agressive targeting to identify new keywords
  2. include keywords that are related to the websites your customers visit
  3. only use Keyword Planner to identify new keywords
  4. only include exact match keywords

Question 104:- In order to appeal to customers on mobile devices, it’s important to:

  1. Send users to a mobile–friendly landing page
  2. Send users to a video–based landing page
  3. Avoid using ad extensions
  4. Include your phone number as your display URL

Question 105:- If you want to direct people to specific pages on your website from your ad, you can create an ad that uses:

  1. location extensions
  2. promotion extensions
  3. callout extensions
  4. sitelink extensions

Question 106:- When setting up a Search Network campaign for a client, you want her ad to get as many clicks as possible within her budget. Which bid strategy should you use to achieve this goal?

  1. Maximize Clicks
  2. Cost-per-thousand impressions (CPM)
  3. Cost-per-acquisition (CPA)
  4. Manual cost-per-click (CPC)

Question 107:- Which ad extension would you use for an advertiser who has a chain of local restaurants?

  1. Sitelink extensions
  2. Promotion extensions
  3. Seller ratings
  4. Location extensions

Question 108:- You want to generate leads with your Google Ads campaign by encouraging people to fill out an interest form on your website. What do you need to know to measure return on investment (ROI) for this campaign?

  1. The number of clicks your ad received divided by the number of times it showed
  2. How much you’ve spent on the campaign compared to the value of leads generated
  3. You can’t calculate return on investment for campaigns that are focused on online leads
  4. The percentage of budget spent compared to how many forms were completed

Question 109:- Higher Quality Scores typically result in:

  1. lower costs only
  2. better ad positions only
  3. higher costs and better ad positions
  4. lower costs and better ad positions

Question 110:- What bidding strategy should you use to maximize the number of visitors to your website?

  1. Cost-per-view (CPV)
  2. Cost-per-thousand viewable impressions (vCPM)
  3. Cost-per-click (CPC)
  4. Cost-per-acquisition (CPA)

Question 111:- Which delivery type shows your ads at an even pace throughout the day?

  1. Delayed delivery
  2. Optimized delivery
  3. Standard delivery
  4. Accelerated delivery

Question 112:- Your ad can show on the Search Network when someone searches for terms that are similar to your:

  1. website
  2. placements
  3. keywords
  4. ad text

Question 113:- Google Analytics can help you learn more about the behavior of your client’s customers because it shows you how:

  1. they perceive her products
  2. they interact with her website
  3. likely they are to become a regular customer
  4. likely they are to click her ads

Question 114:- Donna sells t–shirts featuring vintage album covers. She wants people searching for unusual t–shirts to find her website, but she also thinks people interested in music might make a purchase. What campaign type would you recommend?

  1. “Display Network”
  2. “Search Network”
  3. “Search Network with Display Opt-in”
  4. “Video”

Question 115:- A client who owns an online running shoe store wants to drive sales of a particular model of women’s running shoes. What keywords should you include in this client’s keyword list to help achieve their goal?

  1. Generic terms about running and running shoes
  2. Specific terms about the shoe brand and model your client is selling
  3. Specific terms about the benefits of running
  4. Generic terms about different types of women’s shoes

Question 116:- You sell autographed sports memorabilia and want to reach people interested in sports. What’s one benefit of promoting your products with an Ads in Mobile Apps campaign on the Display Network?

  1. It lets people who see your ad get directions to your store on Google Maps
  2. It encourages people using mobile devices to install your app
  3. It allows you to show your ad on app categories that you choose
  4. It directs people to your online store to purchase your products

Question 117:- Let’s say your cost-per-click is $0.05 on average and you want around 200 clicks per day. What should you set as your daily budget?

  1. $10
  2. $25
  3. $5
  4. $2.50

Question 118:- When people search for your client’s watch repair business, they use very specific terms like “vintage watch repairs”. To show your ads for these searches, you’ll want to use:

  1. Broad match keywords
  2. Exact match keywords
  3. Negative match keywords
  4. Phrase match keywords

Question 119:- Which bid strategy should Sara use if her goal is to get more people to call her local catering business?

  1. Cost-per-view (CPV)
  2. Cost-per-thousand-impressions (CPM)
  3. Cost-per-acquisition (CPA)
  4. Cost-per-click (CPC)

Question 120:- Julian wants to reach potential customers based on the type of device they’re using, but he doesn’t know how his campaign performs on different devices. How can Julian find meaningful data that will help him decide which devices to target?

  1. Segment his campaign statistics by device
  2. Set up an experiment to test which device he should target
  3. Create multiple ad groups that target different devices, and monitor the results
  4. Create multiple campaigns that target different devices, and monitor the results

Question 121:- An advertiser wants to create ads that target potential customers in California. Which targeting method should this advertiser use to target these customers?

  1. Device targeting
  2. Keyword targeting
  3. Audience targeting
  4. Location targeting

Question 122:- Which statistic indicates how often a click has led to a conversion?

  1. Conversion rate
  2. Cost-per-thousand impressions (CPM)
  3. Clickthrough rate (CTR)
  4. Cost–per–conversion

Question 123:- Blake is focused on branding and is more interested in his ads being viewed than in generating clicks. Which of these features would not be a good fit for him?

  1. Cost–per–thousand–impressions (CPM) bidding
  2. Placement targeting
  3. Reach and frequency data
  4. Call extensions

Question 124:- An advertiser looking to drive conversions is using manual cost–per–click (CPC) bidding. Which factor should be most important for this advertiser when deciding keyword bids?Answer:-

  1. The profit derived from a paid click
  2. The bids of the next closest advertiser
  3. The average profit per conversion
  4. The Quality Score of the keyword

Question 125:- An e-commerce client wants her campaign to be more profitable. After calculating this client’s total profits from Google Ads, what can you do to start maximizing results for profit?Answer:-

  1. Test only one version of your ad text
  2. Lower the cost-per-click (CPC) bids and increase the budget
  3. Delete keywords that are generating the most clicks
  4. Test different cost-per-click (CPC) bids

Question 126:- When creating a keyword list using broad match, why should you leave out misspellings and plural forms of keywords?

  1. Broad match only includes the exact words and phrases a user searches for
  2. Your keyword list would be disapproved based on Google’s advertising policies
  3. Google Ads only shows an ad for keywords with proper spelling and plural forms
  4. Google Ads can automatically include these variations for you

Question 127:- Which is the best bidding option for an advertiser who wants to drive more clicks from mobile devices?

  1. Target cost-per-acquisition (CPA)
  2. Mobile bid adjustments
  3. Target search page location
  4. Target return on ad spend (ROAS)

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