Posted November 30, 2018 07:18:51In this video, I’ll show you how to get a SMS marketing budget to match a text ad campaign you’re already running, in just a few clicks.

If you want to start your own SMS marketing effort, it’s a great place to start, but for now, this tutorial is for a brand new SMS campaign that you’re currently running.

In the video, you’ll learn how to:Step 1.

Get a new SMS ad with the right keywordsYou can do this by using a simple text ad with just the keywords you want.

We’ll start by finding the right keyword to target for your new SMS marketing plan.

Step 2.

Use the SMS keyword keyword to create a new ad copyStep 3.

Copy the text ad copy to your social media profilesStep 4.

Save the copyStep 5.

Create a new campaign to match your campaignStep 6.

Set a goal and see how your campaign performedStep 7.

Get paid by your ad budgetStep 8.

Check your ad and make sure it’s workingStep 9.

See how you didStep 10.

Save your adCopy the text ads below and paste it into your campaign copy.

If you’re doing it right, you should see something like this:As you can see, you’re getting paid.

That’s great, but let’s go back to Step 1.

Now that we’ve found the keyword we want to target, we’ll need to figure out how to create our campaign copy in AdWords.

AdWords allows you to create new campaigns with a variety of keywords, but what we’re looking for is a keyword that’s specific to the campaign you want us to create.

In this case, we’re using “sms”, so that’s what we’ll use.

Step 1: Find a keywordYou can find a keyword by going to Ads, and clicking on “New keyword.”

The keyword you want is listed in the left-hand side of the search results.

Step 3: Create a campaign copyYou’ll need a text message ad copy, so choose the text message keyword.

To start, go to Ads and click “New campaign copy.”

Step 4: Choose a keyword to use for your campaignCopy the ad copy below and copy it into the campaign copy you just createdStep 5: Save your campaign Copy the copy and paste into your Google AdWords account.

Step 6: Check your campaign and make the best decisionsYou should see a message pop up telling you that your campaign is working.

You should now be able to see the text messages in your campaign, along with the adverts.

Once you’re satisfied with the campaign’s performance, you can click “Save.”

If everything went well, you will see your campaign in your Ads account and you should be able see your ads.

Step 7: Get paidBy using your AdWords campaign, you’ve earned $1,500,000.

That’s awesome, but there’s more.

Step 8: Check that your ad copy has been paidStep 9: Make sure your campaign has workedStep 10: See how your ad workedYou should be seeing your ads in your Google Ads account, along a message like this one:Congratulations!

You’re now running your first SMS campaign, but it took a little longer than expected.

Now that you’ve made it through Step 2, you have some additional steps to go over to help you improve your SMS marketing efforts.

Step 10 – Checking that your SMS campaign has been successfulStep 11 – Checking your AdSense campaign has a successful outcomeStep 12 – How to make your Adsense campaign betterStep 13 – Adding SMS to your Adwords accountStep 14 – Adding your SMS campaigns to AdWordsStep 15 – Using AdWords to reach out to peopleStep 16 – The best places to start with SMS marketingStep 17 – Using Google Adwords to target your SMS ad campaignStep 18 – Check your AdWord accountStep 19 – See how much money you’ve receivedStep 20 – Save your AdMark campaign