It depends on how competitive your brand name terms are. If you have a unique brand name that no-one else has, then it is likely that your website comes back in first position in the organic results without any competition. If your brand name is similar to that of other businesses or it is a keyword specific term then it is worth setting up a dedicated brand name campaign to make sure that users always find you and not one of your competitors instead.
Negative keywords are used to exclude your adverts from showing for non-relevant keywords, or keywords that won't result in a sale. For example, if your business provides office space for rent and you want to target the keyword 'office space', you might want to include negative keywords such as 'for sale', 'calculator', 'comparison', 'reviews', 'free', 'blog' etc. You may also want to exclude other terms where a user might be searching for the 1999 movie 'Office Space', like 'trailer', 'movie', 'cast', 'soundtrack', 'quotes', 'youtube', 'netflix' etc.
You can include your phone number and contact details as an advert extension. With a limited number of characters available in your advertising text, you should use this space to sell your product or service and its benefits to the user.
As standard, we create two adverts for each Adgroup in the campaign so that we are able to test the sales messages against each other. So, if you are a service provider who offers 10 different services and covering five different areas, the result is 50 different Adgroups with two adverts in each, with 100 different adverts in total.
As mentioned above, we create at least two adverts per Adgroup see that we can test different sales messages against each other. We then copy the most popular advert and create a slightly altered version of this advert to see if it performs better than the original. We repeat this process so that we are constantly optimising and improving the adverts. More information about the split testing process can be found here.