Google Shopping, formally known as Product Listing Ads, is undoubtedly the leading platform in advertising. It is a clear, fast and reliable way of selling and buying products. Google Shopping provides customers with a full review of the products they search for online and even makes it easier for people to compare different offers.
Google is undoubtedly the best search engine in the world right now. With its 92.62% market share of June 2019, it handles more than 5.4 billion searches a day. People use Google daily - not only to read the news or browse social media, but to shop, promote and sell their products.
Seller ratings and product reviews play a key role in getting new customers. It’s more likely to get customers with good reviews than to get customers with none. Makes sense! But the question is: What’s the best way to get good seller ratings? How do they appear in Google Search and Ads? How can I
Despite Google Shopping being user-friendly and providing lots of tools to help you out, some of the concepts can be harder to grasp. For instance, how to automate your bids to change when you’re not online. How important is the location of bidding? What’s important to keep in mind while choosing a bidding strategy?
Google Product Ads: The perfect guide to understand what’s their purpose and how they can benefit your business
What are Google product ads and why are they so important? Product ads are crucial for advertisers with E-shops. Their sole purpose is to make your products visible for potential customers all over the Internet. Whether you are a small business or an e-Shop with hundreds of products, Google ads can boost up the traffic
At first glance, it can be difficult for companies to opt for one particular type of advertising. In this article, we will explain both types of advertising, their benefits, compare them and get to option number 3 - using both types of advertising at the same time. Google shopping is the most popular ad type
Google Shopping has become one of the most used platforms for advertising on the Internet. Obviously, every person who wants to start selling their products/offering services online, turns to Merchant Center. So, I’m guessing you are one of them! You’ve created your eShop and your account in the Merchant Center, however now you are
On September 1st Google briefly announced that the Google Ads search term report will now only show search terms that reach a certain limit. Simply put, advertisers will have a reduced view of which search queries trigger their ads, even if there is a click or conversion. This limitation in advertising campaigns has caused
What are DSA Page feeds? DSA Page feeds are used for Google DSA campaigns. DSA campaigns are based on the content on your web and using Page feeds you can choose specific URLs as landing pages. It gives you an advantage to choose only some URLs, for example for your best sellers. DSA Page feed
The key to having successful ads is to show important information to the right audience. Google draws information from the product feed you’ve created while generating Shopping Ads. This feed contains information about every product displayed to the potential customers. The organization and structure of your product feed plays a vital role in getting the