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Zero Impression - Definition

In the Google AdWords program, Zero Impression refers to keywords that have generated no impressions of your ads. This may be caused by lack of relevancy to user searches due to keyword obscurity, keyword not specific enough, or a significant misspelling of the intended keyword. Many consider that a keyword that just sits in your account, without ever being searched for, is literally just dead weight. It becomes then a matter of determining how long you want to wait before removing these Zero Impression keywords.


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