I'm really not sure how many people are familiar with Google Adwords, but just incase someone here is strugglig with Google Adwords, here are some tips which may help you out: 1. Turn the content network off. You will often get untargeted traffic clicking away at your ads out of curiosity. You can make money with the content network, but most people lose money on it, so turn it off!!! 2. Use a keyword tool to help generate search phrases. There are some good keyword tools out there such as Keywords Analyzer and Wordtracker that will help you generate keyword phrases. This will require a small investment, but what business opportunity does not? You can also use the free Overture Keyword Tool if you don't have the money to purchase the tools mentioned above. 3. Don't throw a bunch of unrelated keywords into one adgroup. For example, if you are selling ice to eskimos, don't put "ice" and "snow" into the same adgroup - seperate these into their own distinct adgroups using common keywords. 4. Don't overspend per click. Divide the total price of your commission by 100 to get the maximum cost you should spend per click. For example, if your commission is $25, divide $25/100 to get a maximum 25 cents per click. This means that if 1 person out of every 100 people who clicks on your ad makes a sale, you'd break even. If the keywords you want are more expensive than your minimum cost per click, then use keyword tools to generate keywords for you. 5. Use your keyword in your ad, preferably in the headline. This will help lower your cost per click, since Google usally gives you a higher quality score when you do this. If you are struggling with Google Adwords and would like more information, I'd suggest getting Perry Marshall's free 5 day mini course on Google Adwords or joining Wealthy Affiliate.