CategoryGoogle Shopping

Importance of Negative Keywords in Shopping Campaigns

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Negative keywords are essential for all AdWords advertisers. They help regulate the campaigns for desired performance. We have discussed the importance of negative keywords in Search campaigns. We will learn the importance of negative keywords in Shopping campaigns in this blog. Why should you use Negative Keywords in Shopping Campaigns? We know that Search and Shopping campaigns are different...

Shopping Actions by Google – Shopping Made Easy!

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Google Shopping Actions Google shopping has been on the rise; it is no news. Amazon has been successful in eating up Google share in the product-marketing segment. However, retailers are rushing to Amazon to advertiser while more and more shoppers are moving their product hunt to Amazon; leaving Google in dismay. Shopping Actions is Google’s effort to win back shoppers as well as retailer...

Steps to Increase the Conversion Rate of Shopping Campaigns

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Most of us are well aware of the potential of Google Shopping campaigns. Shopping ad campaigns have the edge over Search ad campaigns for e-commerce stores and retailers whose products are visually attractive. But, can the shopping do better? Can retailers improve the conversion rate of shopping campaigns? The answer is yes. But first, we need to understand that click-through rate and conversion...

A Quick Guide To Writing Product Descriptions For Shopping Campaigns

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Most advertisers don’t appreciate this, but the product descriptions are the game changer for shopping ads. Not just because it helps Google pick your products for the right customer intent, the product description also helps customers make a purchase decision. And yes, it is essential to write descriptions that are explanatory, crisp and plagiarism-free. The reason I mention plagiarism...

Automatic item updates in Google Merchant Center

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Product feed, website microdata, and automatic item updates What bad could happen if your feed in merchant center and microdata on your website aren’t synchronized? Firstly, Google will disapprove your product listing ads (PLAs), but this isn’t all. You will be losing out on some potential impressions which could have lead to a conversion. And yes, this is bad. Even if your ad goes through...

Black Friday 2017 – AdWords Tips For The Shopping Season

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What is Black Friday? For nearly 6 decades now, Black Friday has marked the onset of Christmas Shopping. It is an opportunity where sellers, as well as buyers, try to make the most of. Black Friday is observed on the last Friday of November every year, i.e., the day after the Thanksgiving. On a typical Black Friday, the streets are flooded with shoppers. But the significance of Black Friday is...

What are Product Groups in Google Shopping?

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What is a Product Group? A product group is a subset of your inventory. As an advertiser you can group the products that fall under the same category, or of the same brand or any with any other similarity into product groups. In Google Shopping, advertisers bid on product groups. (Advertisers bid on keywords in search campaigns). All the products in a product group use the same bid as the product...

Similar Audiences for AdWords Search and Shopping Ads

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I have discussed Remarketing Lists for Search Ads, different approaches to using RLSA and the advantages associated with them. This article is a step beyond Remarketing. This article is focused on using Similar Audiences for Google Search and Shopping Ads to approach new customers. “Similar Audiences looks at data about your existing remarketing audiences and finds new and qualified consumers who...

What are Products in Google Shopping?

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What is a Product? Things that are produced and marketed to be sold are called products. This is the standard marketing definition. Products could be goods, services or an idea that satisfies a demand, want or a need. A product can either be tangible or intangible. But in the context of Google Shopping, the definition of products is a little different. A good that is tangible and can be sold are...

What is a Priority Setting in Google Shopping?

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What is a priority? The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines a priority as a condition that is more important that the rest. This dictionary definition holds true for Google Shopping campaign too. Priority setting in Google Shopping. Priority in Google Shopping has three predefined values, Low, Medium and High. Google considers a campaign with high priority more important. A campaign with medium or...

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