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Geo-targeting is an important filtering technique that I use for virtually every account I manage. For hyper-local campaigns (for example, a divorce lawyer who only wants to target clients within 10-15 miles of his office), I use Google’s custom targeting to create either a radius around his address, or a custom-drawn geographic region. This sort of advanced geo-targeting saves a client a lot of clicks from people who will never actually convert into customers (and thus enables them to pay more per click for the clicks that might actually convert). It turns out, however, that the AdWords Editor doesn’t recognize ...
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