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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’s share in the product-marketing segment. However, retailers are rushing to Amazon to advertise 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 retailers.
Google has been learning the needs of the consumers, and the data suggests that consumers want shopping experiences that are smooth which let them shop whenever they want.
This program aims at giving consumers the seamless shopping experience they need. Customers can shop products using Google Assistant and Google Search from their mobile devices, desktops, and their Google Home devices.
How can Shopping Actions benefit retailers?
Shopping Actions isn’t just customer-centric. It also helps retailers grow their businesses by reaching customers at the right time and at the right place.
Retailers who use choose to register for Shopping Actions, they can leverage Google’s investments in machine learning, AI, and natural language processing. Retailers can provide their customers a revolutionary shopping experience that is hands-free and voice-driven.
With personalized recommendations and one-click reordering, retailers can mold one-time shoppers into regular customers.
Customers can use Google’s shareable lists, universal shopping cart, and instant checkouts to shop for products in a jiffy.
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Google has introduced a pay-per-sale model where retailers pay only when a sale takes place. Google lists Shopping Actions within the sponsored Shopping Unit on Google’s Search page and Google Shopping website.
Furthermore, Google’s early retail partners are witnessing a positive customer experience and an increase in the conversion count. Also, please let us know how Shopping Actions have impacted your business. And if you haven’t tried it out yet, please do!
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