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Quality score is a metric used in Google Ads that is based on the CTR of your ad, the relevance of your ad, and the experience users have on your landing page.

Or, basically, a way for Google to say this is how satisfied we expect users to be not just from your ad, but in the results they get in clicking your ad.

 A higher score means that Google likes your ad and that you can get better positioning on the page while paying less for the position.

A low quality score, and you’ll have to pay more to have your ad displayed more prominently.

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Quality Score is a measurement utilized by Google, Yahoo!, and Bing that impacts advertisement rank and cost per snap of promotions. To decide the situation of the advertisement on a web search tool, every promotion is assigned utilizing a procedure which considers the offer and the Quality Score.

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Quality Score is Google’s measure of how relevant a keyword is. As soon as Google has enough data, keywords in an advertiser’s account are assigned a score between 1 and 10, with 10 being the best.

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Quality Score is a metric used by Google, Yahoo!, and Bing that influences ad rank and cost per click of ads. To determine the position of the ad on a search engine, each ad is allocated using a process which takes into account the bid and the Quality Score.
 

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