Quality score is a mathematical calculation used by Google Ads to determine the ad ranking of their ads based on the relevance between the keywords and the ad copy in the ad group.
Quality scores reflect the relevance of the keywords in your ad group to your ad and to keywords that have been associated with your keywords in historical search data.
The quality score is a number from 1 to 10 that is assigned to a paid search ad to show an ad’s relevance to a user’s query.
Google assigns a quality score based on the relevancy and relevance of a user’s search query to a paid search ad. The quality score is also called the auction score or benchmarks.
A quality score is Google’s method of calculating how accurately a searcher will find your website when they search for keywords that relate to your business. The Google quality score is a number between 0 and 10. This number represents the trustworthiness of your website. A high number means your website is trustworthy, while a low number means your website is untrustworthy.
A high quality score means that your website will show up at the top of Google search results, while a low score means your website may show up lower in the search results depending on other signals. Higher scores typically mean higher rankings, and a lower score may mean a lower ranking.
The quality score is based on the number of factors Google considers when placing the ads. These factors include things like ad relevance, landing page quality, ad history, and landing page experience.
Google says that ads using the quality score get charged less per click.
Google uses this historical search data to evaluate the relevance between your ad, the keywords in your ad group, and the keywords that have been associated with your keywords.