3 Tips to Keep Your Google Shopping Campaigns Healthy

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When observing Google’s progress as a company over the past ten years, one can’t help but admire its continuous innovation that strengthens not only itself, but entire industries as well. Whether it’s helping a stressed out student the night before a paper is due, or a retailer attempting to gain visibility online, Google’s services have helped millions. One of Google’s more beneficial services is its Product Listing Ads (PLAs) that are transforming into Google Shopping Campaigns (GSCs). These services have…

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GSCs, As Easy As 123s: Get Ahead With Google Shopping Campaigns

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The world of ecommerce is rapidly changing and improving itself. For those who participate in online retail, the term “Product Listing Ads” on Google or PLAs for short, have become a staple in the selling process. For a small fee, businesses can place their products at the top of search results. It has proven to be an effective way to market your products and draw visitors to your website. Now the future of Google has arrived. PLAs are receiving a…

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How to Improve the Performance of Your Holiday Google Shopping Campaigns

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On December 11th, 2014 Wiser co-hosted a webinar with Elite SEM. Our Head of Pricing and Analytics, Luke Lin, joined forces with Elite SEM’s Director of Marketing, Marc Weisinger to discuss the switch from Google Product Listing Ads (PLAs) to Google Shopping Campaigns. The topics included how to optimize your feed to improve shopping campaign performance, dynamic pricing, competitive insights for pricing and assortment, and more. There are over 1 billion products on Google Shopping that are available for purchase…

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Making the Switch from Google PLA AdWords to Google Shopping Campaigns

Google has announced that its product listing advertisement (PLA) management will switch over from AdWords to Google Shopping. So what should retailers expect?

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Google Product Search API – Retired. So?

Google has been doing some “Spring Cleaning”, and while spring-cleaning for most of us tends to happen once during the spring, for Google, this has been ongoing since 2011. They have retired 70 features or services since they have begun and among the latest to be taken out to the curb is Google Shopping API. Their shopping API allowed developers to create shopping apps based on Google’s Product Search data. The API displays results based on data that Google collected…

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