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Is There A New Take On Showcase Shopping Ads? Categories Of Used Items Showing For Retailer Outlet Queries

During a search last week, Ginny Marvin came across something interesting.  When she was searching to find out whether the promotions extension Google is testing is also showing on mobile (which it is).  She came across an example of what appears to be a Showcase Shopping ad for the first time in the wild. The idea behind Google introducing Showcase [...]

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Google Opens Customer Match To Shopping Campaigns

Google has extended their Customer Match feature to Shopping Campaigns, which will let retail marketers target or exclude customers with product listing ads in web and image search results. Customer Match for Shopping expands on the offering that's already available for search text ads, YouTube, and Gmail hat lets advertisers upload customer email lists into AdWords audiences and [...]

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Retailers, GTINs Required By May 16 For Google Product Listing Ads

Google announced last year that they would start requiring advertisers to include the GTINs for products from 50 brands in their Merchant Center product feeds.  Recently, Google said that the GTIN requirement will be expanded beyond those 50 brands. “If you sell brand-name products that are sold by multiple merchants, you should take a close [...]

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