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This article introduces a new way to think of quality score by answering a simple question: What would quality score have to be if Google was a business and wanted to maximize its earnings? The answer is suprisingly simple: if quality score is an estimate of click-through probability, Google not only earns as much money as possible, but also makes users happy with high-quality ads.
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