Google has launched a new forum to allow small and medium-sized enterprises to access tips on creating successful AdWords campaigns.

Writing on the pay per click marketing service's official blog, Miles Johnson of the Inside AdWords team said the Small Business Corner had been created in response to user feedback calling for more opportunities to share best practice with their peers.

"This new category is not about troubleshooting specific account issues, but rather about sharing and learning from the experiences of others," he added.

Among the topics that will be discussed on the forum are how to write great ad copy and selecting the right tools to measure results.

Participants will also be allowed to submit their own subjects.

To join the Small Business Corner, users need to sign in to the AdWords Help Forum, where they can introduce their company and read an introductory discussion thread.

In related news, Google recently launched a Small Business Blog after users gave a positive reaction to a series of articles by entrepreneurs explaining why they had embraced the web to boost their company's profile.

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