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Google AdWords Billing: Know Your AdWords Billing Options

As with any aspect of Google’s AdWords program, billing within AdWords can be somewhat complicated and confusing for newer advertisers. In this post we’ll walk through some of the different AdWords billing options and billing features available for advertisers.What Are My Billing Options for Paying for Google AdWords?To customize your billing options you can simply navigate to the Billing Preferences screen under the Billing menu:Or you may have to go to the Billing Settings screen, depending on which version of AdWords Billing your account is showing:Regardless of what your interface looks like there are several specific options for payment:Method of Pay: Postpay versus PrepayYou can set up billing either postpay or prepay.

If you use postpay billing, you’ll accrue advertising costs... > Read more

July 02, 2012     |   Written by: Tom Demers   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 1

Google Announces AdWords Scripts - Simplifies AdWords Scripting!

In case you missed it, Google AdWords has released a new API called AdWords Scripts! In my opinion, this primarily impacts high-end platform providers (like Kenshoo perhaps?) who have pretty sophisticated e-commerce functionality, for example, live integration of product feeds with AdWords Campaigns. Now, these more sophisticated advertisers can (potentially) roll out this kind of functionality without having to develop an entire AdWords platform.Last week, I spoke to Aaron Karp, a colleague on the AdWords API team at Google, to learn more about AdWords Scripts. Here’s what I learned.What Are AdWords Scripts?AdWords Scripts are a lightweight JavaScript style interface for performing routine activities against an account, such as AdWords scripting for updating and reporting on your AdWord... > Read more

June 19, 2012     |   Written by: Larry Kim   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 1

AdWords Ad Writing Tools: 3 Ways to Write Better Ads (Faster) with WordStream

If you have been working with PPC for a while you’ve probably already reached the conclusion that your text ads play a large part in determining the overall success of your PPC account. While bidding on the right keywords ensures that your ads are appearing in front of qualified searchers, if your ad copy isn’t enticing, there is a good chance that searchers won’t reach your site.

Worse still, they may end up at your competitor’s site. It doesn’t matter that your competitor charges more for a lower quality product while providing less service than you do. Why not? Because they wrote a better text ad. My old soccer coach used to say that you missed every shot that you didn’t take. In PPC, you miss out on every potential customer who doesn’t click.Need more proof that text ads ... > Read more

June 19, 2012     |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 3

AdWords Live Chat Ad Extension Now In Beta!

Breaking News!Adwords Releases New Live Chat Ad Extensions! Take a look at this incredible screenshot!What is the New AdWords Live Chat Ad ExtensionThis new Ad Extension appears to enable a live chat session by clicking on the "Live Chat" icon within the Google AdWords ad! The chat extension has not been announced by Google yet in any official capacity.

This exciting new ad extension builds on many other interesting ad extensions released by Google in the last year including:AdWords Communication/Email ExtensionsAdWords Social Ad ExtensionsAdWords Product Ad ExtensionsAdWords Call Ad ExtensionsAdWords Sitelink ExtensionsPersonally, I am very excited by Live Chat Ad Extensions in AdWords because it greatly reduces the the time it takes to speak to your leads, which should lead to higher conv... > Read more

June 15, 2012     |   Written by: Larry Kim   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 3

What Would an AdWords Consultant Do? AdWords Experts Share Their Stories, Part 16

This is the latest in a series of interviews we're conducting with AdWords advertisers who got unusually high scores using our AdWords Performance Grader. We're reaching out to high scorers to find out what strategies contribute to their strong AdWords performance. For more in this series, see:AdWords Experts Share the Secrets of Their PPC Success, Part 1AdWords Experts Share the Secrets of Their PPC Success, Part 2AdWords Experts Share the Secrets of Their PPC Success, Part 3AdWords Experts Share the Secrets of Their PPC Success, Part 4AdWords Experts Share the Secrets of Their PPC Success, Part 5AdWords Experts Share the Secrets of Their PPC Success, Part 6AdWords Experts Share the Secrets of Their PPC Success, Part 7AdWords Experts Share the Secrets of Their PPC Success, Part 8AdWords E... > Read more

June 12, 2012     |   Written by: Elisa Gabbert   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 1

Google AdWords Display Network Tab: How to Use the Reconfigured Display Network Tab

This is another post in a series aimed at helping advertisers to better understand how to leverage all of the various tools in the AdWords interface to help get the most out of their campaigns. Previously we’ve offered guides to using:AdWords Ad ExtensionsAdWords Reporting via the Dimensions TabAdWords Campaign SettingsCreating & Analyzing AdWords AdsThe Google AdWords Audience TabGoogle AdWords Auto TargetsGoogle AdWords’ Left NavigationGoogle AdWords Tools & Analysis TabGoogle recently reconfigured how advertisers can manage their display campaigns, and in this post we’ll walk through the new Google AdWords display network tab.

Using the Google AdWords Display Network TabAs with most of the main tabs within AdWords (keywords, ad text, etc.) you access the display network tab... > Read more

June 11, 2012     |   Written by: Tom Demers   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 1

The Evolution of Google AdWords – A $38 Billion Advertising Platform

October 23, 2000, will be a date forever remembered by internet marketers around the globe, as this was the birth of the first ever self-serve online advertising platform – Google AdWords. Google has gone on since then to become a multi-billion-dollar advertising system and the most frequented self-serve advertising platform that exists today.

This article is a brief overview of AdWords’ journey to arrive where it is today.2000-2003After initial testing proved successful in 1999, Google AdWords initially launched in October of the following year, on a pay-per-impression basis and only on the right-hand side of the search results.Users would sign up on a completely self-serve basis and set how much they were willing to pay per thousand impressions (or times the ad showed); whoever was b... > Read more

June 05, 2012     |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 0

Quick Guide to the Google AdWords Ad Preview & Diagnosis Tool

This is the sixth post in a series that focuses on using the various tools located within the Google AdWords tools and analysis tab. Previous posts have focused on:The Google AdWords change history toolThe AdWords conversion tabGoogle Analytics Reporting within the AdWords InterfaceGoogle Website OptimizerThe Google AdWords Keyword ToolThe Google AdWords Traffic EstimatorThe Google AdWords Placement ToolThe Google AdWords Contextual Targeting ToolIn this post we’ll walk through how to get the most out of the Google AdWords ad preview and diagnostics tool.

What is the AdWords Ad Preview & Diagnostics Tool?The AdWords ad preview and diagnostics tool is a tool designed by Google to allow you to check the status of your ad and the way it’s being displayed to different searchers in ... > Read more

May 29, 2012     |   Written by: Tom Demers   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 1

Quick Guide to the Google AdWords Contextual Targeting Tool

This is the sixth post in a series that focuses on using the various tools located within the Google AdWords tools and analysis tab. Previous posts have focused on:The Google AdWords change history toolThe AdWords conversion tabGoogle Analytics Reporting within the AdWords InterfaceGoogle Website OptimizerThe Google AdWords Keyword ToolThe Google AdWords Traffic EstimatorThe Google AdWords Placement ToolIn this post we’ll walk through how to get the most out of the Google AdWords Contextual Targeting Tool.

What Is the Contextual Targeting Tool?In much the same way that the placement tool allows you to find websites that would be good targeting candidates for your display campaigns, the contextual targeting tool allows you to identify good groups of keywords to target within your disp... > Read more

May 24, 2012     |   Written by: Tom Demers   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 1

How to Advertise eBay and Etsy Products via Google AdWords

 We recently had an interesting question from a reader:Can I run an AdWords campaign for my products listed on eBay? If yes can I link it directly to eBay?The answer to this is a little bit tricky: eBay sellers are no longer able to submit products via their own merchant feed to Google product listings.

eBay sellers have to rely on the eBay product feed to have their products pushed to the Google merchant feed. The same goes for Etsy and similar marketplaces. Assuming your products are showing within the marketplace in question’s merchant account, you can submit those products via AdWords product listing ads (PLA).The way this works is that each marketplace is required by Google to have a multi-client account and create sub-accounts for sellers (more information on Google’s polici... > Read more

May 22, 2012     |   Written by: Tom Demers   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 2

Quick Guide to the Google AdWords Placement Tool

This is the sixth post in a series that focuses on using the various tools located within the Google AdWords tools and analysis tab. Previous posts have focused on:The Google AdWords change history toolThe AdWords conversion tabGoogle Analytics Reporting within the AdWords InterfaceGoogle Website OptimizerThe Google AdWords Keyword ToolThe Google AdWords Traffic EstimatorIn this post we’ll walk through how to get the most out of the Google AdWords Placement Tool.

What is the Google AdWords Placement Tool?The placement tool is very similar to the search-focused AdWords keyword tool with the major exception that it’s focused on helping you locate placements to target on Google’s Display Network.How to Use the Google AdWords Placement ToolTo leverage the AdWords placement tool, you ... > Read more

May 20, 2012     |   Written by: Tom Demers   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 1

The New AdWords Rotation Settings: More Information from Google

On the heels of Google’s sunsetting of ad rotation in AdWords I had some additional questions about how, exactly, the “new ad rotation” would work, so I connected with our Google AdWords rep to get answers to my questions.Here’s what Google had to say about the change:AdWords currently offers three ad rotation settings: optimize for clicks, optimize for conversions, and rotate evenly.

Using the “rotate” setting for ad rotation is helpful for testing new creatives, but when run indefinitely can inhibit advertiser performance and deliver less relevant ads to our users.Starting next week, the “rotate” setting for ad rotation will change.  Instead of rotating creatives for an indefinite period of time, this setting will only rotate for a period of 30 days.  After that... > Read more

May 14, 2012     |   Written by: Tom Demers   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 4

How to Improve Low Google AdWords Quality Scores with WordStream

There is a lot of high-quality material available on how Quality Score works and on how to analyze it – for example, we created a Quality Score toolkit with a variety of content on the subject of Quality Score, and we talk frequently about how to better understand the metric, but as with anything else the most useful information on the subject of AdWords Quality Scores is how you can actually impact yours to generate more profits for your business.

As a result, in this post we’ll walk through some specific methods you can leverage to actually improve on low Quality Scores.Identifying Why Your Quality Scores Are LowBefore you can improve your Quality Scores, you need to better understand why they’re low and which knobs to turn to improve them. There might be a few specific things that... > Read more

May 08, 2012     |   Written by: Tom Demers   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 0

RIP Ad Rotation in AdWords

Ad text testing and optimization constitute a key element of PPC optimization and as such, they're a big part of the 20-Minute PPC Work Week, our guided workflow for AdWords advertisers.AdWords currently offers three ad delivery methods – the ad rotation settings are illustrated here:Optimize For Clicks - AdWords automatically picks the ad that appears to be generating the most clicksOptimize For Conversions - AdWords automatically picks the ad that appears to be generating the most conversionsRotate Ads Evenly - AdWords will distribute your ad impressions equally among the ads in your Ad GroupUsing the "rotate" setting for Ad Rotation is helpful for A/B testing of ads – especially because the automated "optimize for clicks" and "optimize for conversions" ad delivery options have a ten... > Read more

May 01, 2012     |   Written by: Larry Kim   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 2

Should You Raise Bids on Keywords with High Quality Scores?

Recently a customer asked us, “Why should I raise bids on keywords that already have high quality scores?”I answered this question via email, but I thought I’d post the answer here too so everyone can benefit from this bid management best practice. Here’s my response:We’ve analyzed thousands of AdWords accounts and found a strong correlation between Quality Score and cost per conversion.

Meaning, if you were to look at the cost per conversion across the different keywords in your account, comparing the CPA of the keywords with a Quality Score of 1 to the CPA of Quality Score 2 keywords, Quality Score 3 keywords, and so on, you would see that on average, the lower your Quality Scores, the higher your average cost per conversion. (We compared these findings with our partners at Goog... > Read more

April 24, 2012     |   Written by: Larry Kim   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 3

Quick Guide to Google AdWords Traffic Estimator: How to Estimate Traffic With Google

This is the fifth post in a series that focuses on using the various tools located within the Google AdWords tools and analysis tab. Previous posts have focused on:The Google AdWords change history toolThe AdWords conversion tabGoogle Analytics Reporting within the AdWords InterfaceGoogle Website OptimizerThe Google AdWords Keyword ToolIn this post we’ll walk through how to get the most out of the Google AdWords Traffic Estimator.

What is the AdWords Traffic Estimator?Not unlike the Google keyword tool, the AdWords Traffic Estimator is a tool designed by Google to give advertisers keyword traffic data on specific keywords before they create an AdWords campaign. Unlike the Google tool, the traffic estimator is giving more specific data points focused around not only expected traffic, but a... > Read more

April 23, 2012     |   Written by: Tom Demers   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 1

How to Use the Google AdWords Keyword Tool in Your PPC Campaigns

This is the fifth post in a series that focuses on using the various tools located within the Google AdWords tools and analysis tab. Previous posts have focused on:The change history toolThe AdWords conversion tabGoogle Analytics Reporting within the AdWords InterfaceGoogle Website OptimizerIn this post we’ll walk through how to get the most out of the Google Keyword Tool within your AdWords campaigns.

What Is the Google Keyword Tool?Google’s keyword tool is designed to give advertisers information about which keywords they can add to their campaigns. The Google Keyword Tool has some important advantages and disadvantages to understand before acting on the data.ProsIt Leverages Google’s Own Data – One of the big advantages to using Google’s keyword tool is you have access to Googl... > Read more

April 19, 2012     |   Written by: Tom Demers   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 6

RIP Exact Match & Phrase Match: Google AdWords Announces Big Changes to Keyword Match Type Options

AdWords has announced changes to how the Exact Match and Phrase Match keyword match type options works. Previously, a keyword set to exact match in your AdWords account would only trigger ads for user search queries that exactly matched the keyword you specified (hence the name: exact match), and similarly, a phrase matched keyword would be triggered by search queries containing the phrase that you specified.

Soon, Google will be changing the definition of these keyword match types to behave more like Modified Broad Match. It will serve up ads for a far more diverse set of search queries, including:keyword misspellingssingular/plural formsstemmings (word endings such as "ing", "ed", etc.)accentsabbreviationsAs is always the case, Google claims that the motivation for the change is user bene... > Read more

April 18, 2012     |   Written by: Larry Kim   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 18

AdWords Experts Share the Secrets of Their PPC Success, Part 15

This is the latest in a series of interviews we're conducting with AdWords advertisers who got unusually high scores using our AdWords Performance Grader. We're reaching out to high scorers to find out what strategies contribute to their strong AdWords performance. For more in this series, see:AdWords Experts Share the Secrets of Their PPC Success, Part 1AdWords Experts Share the Secrets of Their PPC Success, Part 2AdWords Experts Share the Secrets of Their PPC Success, Part 3AdWords Experts Share the Secrets of Their PPC Success, Part 4AdWords Experts Share the Secrets of Their PPC Success, Part 5AdWords Experts Share the Secrets of Their PPC Success, Part 6AdWords Experts Share the Secrets of Their PPC Success, Part 7AdWords Experts Share the Secrets of Their PPC Success, Part 8AdWords E... > Read more

April 17, 2012     |   Written by: Elisa Gabbert   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 2

Google Website Optimizer: How to Use the Website Optimizer Tool in AdWords

This is the fourth post in a series that focuses on using the various tools located within the Google AdWords tools and analysis tab. Previous posts have focused on:The Google AdWords change history toolThe AdWords conversion tabGoogle Analytics Reporting within the AdWords InterfaceAnd in this post we’ll be walking through how to leverage Google Website Optimizer within your AdWords account.

How You Can Use Website Optimizer within Your AdWords AccountWebsite Optimizer allows you to set up split tests and multivariate tests to measure the impact of different landing page designs within your AdWords campaigns. Implementing Website Optimizer requires adding some code to the pages you’re including in your test.The first (and most important) step in making use of the tool is, of cours... > Read more

April 16, 2012     |   Written by: Tom Demers   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 1

Split Testing Ideas for PPC Advertising [Infographic]

We're often on about the importance of AB testing multiple versions of your ads as a means of seeing what messaging really works with your audience and thereby maximizing your clicks and conversions. It's one thing to acknowledge the importance of testing, but it's another to implement that strategy if you're not sure what to test.

The folks at AdChop have put together an infographic with a bunch of ideas for things to test in your ads, including text ads and image ads (these principles also apply to landing pages, your home page and anywhere else you're looking to drive conversions and engagement). Check it out!AdChop – More Profitable Ad Campaigns... > Read more

April 13, 2012     |   Written by: Elisa Gabbert   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 0

7 Simple Things You Might Be Overlooking in Your AdWords Account

In recent months we’ve put together a series of posts to help provide small to mid-sized AdWords advertisers with easy-to-implement, impactful tweaks they can make to their campaigns, even if they have limited experience managing accounts and limited time to make these updates. These include:Google AdWords Quick Wins Volume 1Google AdWords Quick Wins Volume 2The Overworked Advertiser’s Guide to AdWords Bid ManagementThe Overworked Advertiser’s Guide to Google AdWords Bid Management: Volume 2Google AdWords Basics: 5 Things to Get Right FirstIn this post we’ll offer seven quick, simple things to keep in mind in optimizing your accounts.

These are common mistakes that new and smaller AdWords advertisers frequently overlook that can help transform underperforming AdWords accounts.1. Ma... > Read more

April 09, 2012     |   Written by: Tom Demers   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 2

Quick Guide to Google Analytics Reporting in Google AdWords

This is the third post in a series that focuses on using the various tools located within the Google AdWords tools and analysis tab. The first post focused on the Google AdWords change history tool, in the second post we walked through the AdWords conversion tab, and in this post we’ll be looking at Google Analytics reporting within the AdWords interface:Using Google Analytics Within the AdWords InterfaceWhile Google AdWords has some robust reporting features, you can gain some additional insights by leveraging Google Analytics reporting within the AdWords interface.

There are a few main areas where you can get access to information within the analytics that you can’t get within AdWords analytics alone. Before you start, make sure your AdWords is linked to Analytics.Engagemen... > Read more

April 05, 2012     |   Written by: Tom Demers   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 1

Google AdWords Conversions Tab: AdWords Conversion Tracking & Reporting

This is the second post in a series that focuses on using the various tools located within the Google AdWords tools and analysis tab. The first post focused on the Google AdWords change history tool, and in this post we’ll be walking through the AdWords conversion tab.What Can You Do in the AdWords Conversions Tab?Within the conversions tab you can perform a number of tasks:Google AdWords Reporting – This isn’t really the most robust place for conversion reporting, as you can get better information either in the main campaign tab or in the AdWords conversion report within the dimensions tab, but you can get a quick look at the number of multi-click conversions within AdWords from this view.

You can drill down to the Web page level as well to see which website conversions are rep... > Read more

April 02, 2012     |   Written by: Tom Demers   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 0

Google AdWords Change History Tool: How to View & Report on AdWords Changes

This is the first post in a series that focuses on using the various tools located within the Google AdWords tools and analysis tab. Today we’ll talk about the change history tool, what it’s for and how you can leverage it within your own AdWords account.What Is the Change History Tool and Why Is It Useful?The change history tool, as the name suggests, shows you all the changes that have been made within your AdWords account.

As you can see from the screenshot above, there are a lot of different data points related to your account that you can learn about from within the change history report. These include:The types of changes that have been made – you can filter by:AllBudgetCPCKeywordStatus (active, paused, deleted)DistributionTargetingAdThe date and time of the changeThe area of t... > Read more

March 28, 2012     |   Written by: Tom Demers   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 1

Complete Guide to the Google AdWords Tools & Analysis Tab

Over the last few months we’ve created a series of in-depth guides designed to help AdWords advertisers better understand a lot of the different features and functionality available to them within Google AdWords. Thus far we’ve covered:AdWords Ad ExtensionsAdWords Reporting via the Dimensions TabAdWords Campaign SettingsCreating & Analyzing AdWords AdsThe Google AdWords Audience TabGoogle AdWords Auto TargetsGoogle AdWords’ Left NavigationOver the course of the next several posts on the blog we’ll be walking through the various tools available within the “Tools and Analysis” tab.

What’s in the Tools and Analysis Tab?Within the tools and analysis tab along the top navigation of AdWords, you’ll find a number of valuable AdWords tools:Change History – This is home to a li... > Read more

March 26, 2012     |   Written by: Tom Demers   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 1

Spending Too Much Time on AdWords? Here Are 3 Ways to Be More Efficient

 Recently we’ve published a series of posts designed to help you save time and money on Google AdWords management, including:Google AdWords Quick WinsGoogle AdWords Quick Wins Volume 2The Overworked Advertiser’s Guide to Bid ManagementBid Management for the Overworked Advertiser Part 2: CPA Bidding with Conversion OptimizerIn today’s post we’re focusing specifically on tactics and adjustments that can help small to midsized AdWords advertisers get more done in less time within their Google AdWords accounts.

We’ll walk through three general ways you can get some of your time back when managing your AdWords account:Give Google More ControlAutomate ProcessesBreak Out Your WalletWe’ll flesh each of these tactics out in the coming paragraphs.1. Give Google More Control of Your ... > Read more

March 22, 2012     |   Written by: Tom Demers   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 2

5 Lessons from A/B Tests: Improving AdWords CTR with Smarter Copy

We’ve been running guest posts by Ryan Healy, a copywriter for BoostCTR, for quite a while now. Each post focuses on a single A/B test and analyzes the strengths of the winning ad (that is, the ad with the higher click-through rate). There’s so much good ad writing insight in these posts, I thought it was time to dig back through them and pull out some takeaways.

Here are five ad writing lessons gleaned from Ryan’s A/B tests that you can use to improve your AdWords CTR and Quality Score.Lesson #1: Leave Out the LingoDon’t use insider jargon that your audience might not know or understand in the context of your ad. For example, look at the below ads: PPC Ad #1PPC Ad #2 The second version increased CTR by 70%. The first version uses some confusing terminology: “No XP reqd.... > Read more

March 20, 2012     |   Written by: Elisa Gabbert   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 9

Google AdWords Custom Alerts: How to Use Custom Alerts in AdWords

This is the fourth and final post in a series on getting the most out of the Google AdWords left nav. The first post in this series focused on the Google AdWords shared library, the second post walked through the Google AdWords reports within the AdWords left navigation, the third post centered around how to make use of the Automated Rules section of the AdWords left nav, and this final post will be about custom alerts.

Google AdWords Custom Alert ManagementNot unlike the reporting and automated rules functionality within AdWords, the custom alert section within the left nav isn’t designed to create custom alerts, but rather to manage the custom alerts you have already set up.First off, to create new custom alerts you want to work within the Campaigns tab. Select “Create a cus... > Read more

March 19, 2012     |   Written by: Tom Demers   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 0

PPC Bid Management Guide: The Best Bidding Tips from 18 PPC Experts

PPC bid management is one of the more complicated areas of PPC marketing, so many advertisers choose to automate using either the automated bidding option in Google AdWords or a third-party bid management solution. Both approaches have their upsides and downsides – Google’s automated bidding feature is free, but requires you to give up complete control, and it’s less than transparent.

Third-party bid management software is generally more robust, but (obviously) it comes with a price tag, so it may not be feasible for smaller, budget-strapped advertisers.I was curious how most AdWords advertisers handle the PPC bid management process, so I asked 18 practicing PPC experts three questions:Do you use automated AdWords bidding in Google AdWords? Why or why not?If not, when do you raise an... > Read more

March 14, 2012     |   Written by: Elisa Gabbert   |   Posted In: AdWords Tips   |   Comments: 27
 
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