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Amazon To Introduce Video Ads In Mobile-App Search Results as begun rolling out video advertising on its smartphone apps.  Right now, almost all search results yields a graphical ad unit at the top of the SERP.  Video ads for relevant products will begin appearing in those same positions, according to Bloomberg. “Amazon has been beta testing the ads on Apple Inc.’s iOS platform for [...]

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Teikametrics Adds Hourly Bidding Optimization For Amazon Advertising

On Monday, Teikametrics has announced the addition of an hourly bidding solution for Amazon advertisers using Teikametrics Flywheel campaign optimization platform. According to the company, the bidding algorithm is powered by machine learning and analyzes ad data, transaction data, and importantly, cost of goods sold data.  The algorithm analyzes bids hourly to make adjustments when needed.  “Amazon is continually [...]

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Bing Ads brings 3D ads to Search with Samsung

Samsung, in a first for search advertising, began running a 3D ad format on to promote the new Glaaxy S10 phone. This new format is the result of months of coordination between Bing, Samsung and agency Performics, a unit of Starcom.  The ads will be displayed in desktop search when users search for the [...]

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Amazon Extends Sponsored Products To AmazonFresh For CPG Brands

Amazon's Sponsored Products advertising format is expanding to AmazonFresh brands.  The news of this expansion went out to partners on Thursday via notification by Amazon. With this, brands will be able to add their ASINs (Amazon’s version of a product identifier code) with AmazonFresh offers to new or existing Sponsored Products campaign. Sponsored Products will [...]

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Google Call-Only Ads Getting ‘Expanded’ With More Characters

It looks like Google call-only ads are getting the expanded text ad treatment. The change that is happening is the addition of more text.  Rather than a sing headline of 25 characters, you can have two 30-character headlines.  Also, descriptions are increasing from 80 to 90 characters. The other change is that name of the business will move [...]

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Google Will Kill Off Property Sets Within Search Console

On the morning of February 26, Google emailed verified Google Search Console owners that property sets is officially going away at the end of March.  This was reported that this will be going away just a couple months ago.  But in light of how close this will happen, notifications were sent out by Google about the closure to those using the [...]

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Now Your Google Text Ads Can Show On YouTube Search Results, Too

With new features coming out, such as location extensions and calls-to-action in TrueView for Action Ads, YouTube ads have been gaining performance elements that are native to traditional Search advertising.  On Wednesday, YouTube announced at SMX West in San Jose that Search text ads can extend onto YouTube now. The big change here is that Google is now incorporating YouTube into its [...]

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Bing Ads Will Serve All Yahoo Search Ads In New Microsoft-Verizon Media Deal

On January 17, Microsoft and Verizon announced an update to the partnership that has long existed in various iterations between Yahoo, AOL and Bing search ad networks. Verizon-owned AOL and Yahoo are both under the ownership of Verizon Media Group, which used to be known as Oath.  Microsoft and Yahoo has had a somewhat convoluted and sometimes strained partnership since 2009. [...]

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