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    Relevant LAnding Pages _ Help
    So I goit a keyword and I have a PPC or article campaing and I have a website...
    When some hits my ad and go to the landing page should the keyword be in the title? If that is true (which I think it is) how do I satisfy all the keywords in my ad group?
    Any suggestions appreciated.

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    You can use dynamic keyword insertion. You can use that in adwords, ysm and msn adcenter. Here is an article to put it in your google ads.

    http://www.redflymarketing.com/blog/...ltimate-guide/

    If you want to put it on your website and using YSM you can use this:


    PHP Code:
    <?

    //grab t202 keyword
    $keyword $_GET['Default Keyword'];

    //if a yahoo keyword exists, over-write the t202 keyword
    //for Yahoo OVKEY = the bidded keyword, OVRAW = actual keyword
    //you can change $_GET['OVRAW'] to $_GET['OVKEY'] if you would
    //like to display the bidded keyword, instead of the actual keyword.
    if ($_GET['OVKEY']) { $keyword $_GET['OVKEY']; }  

    //now anywhere we call echo $keyword, it will display the dynamic kw!

    //extra goodie, uncomment the line below if you would like to capitalize 
    //the first character in each word
    $keyword ucwords(strtolower($keyword)); 

    ?>
    Now you can put this code
    PHP Code:
    <? echo $keyword?>
    anywhere on your website to show the keyword. This script is using prosper202 tracking because you always need to track your keywords.

    I hopes this helps

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