Google Shopping changes afoot: Feed optimisation will sit at the core of advertisers paid search strategies from Feb onwards
By Krishna Rao | 14 January 2013 |
Google has announced its shopping space, Google Shopping, will, for merchants, shift to a paid model of Product Listing Ads (PLAs). Come July, Google will display one view of the Product Universe whilst effectively ‘forcing’ merchants to provide improved quality of inventory and accuracy of data. Advertisers will need to optimise and manage their product feeds, which for many will require further expertise and ultimately more time and resource. Furthermore, the feed will need to be optimised in real-time and in line with Google’s product feed specification.
By Christina Tsiripidou | 14 January 2013 |
Google has announced its shopping space, Google Shopping, will, for merchants, shift to a paid model of Product Listing Ads (PLAs). This will be rolled out in countries where PLAs are currently live including the UK. Migration will commence 13 February 2013 and completed by Q2 2013. Come July, the results will be only in the format of paid PLAs and the previous natural shopping results will no longer appear.
By Greenlight | 31 October 2012 |
The infamous Waitrose Twitter Campaign #WaitroseReasons which asked consumers to complete the sentence “I love shopping at Waitrose because…” (with some fantastic answers!) showed how successful Twitter can be when used as a marketing tool. Here are our tips for insights into what you can do to enhance your Social Media campaigns.
By Krishna Rao | 22 August 2012 |
In recent years, Google has invested heavily in building attribution functionality for search across our platforms, most recently launching the Attribution Modelling tool for Google Analytics Premium. This focus on attribution might seem odd given Google’s traditional strength in direct performance marketing. So why has Google done it?
By Gabriel Hughes PhD – Guest Author | 22 August 2012 |
Customers may make purchase choices at varying points during the search process, and therefore you need to ensure that your search advertising is effective before they have made these choices and not after. Gabriel Hughes Phd, Head of Attribution Google Northern and Central Europe, shares insights on why advertisers would do well to look beyond the last click when it comes to attribution modelling.
By Krishna Rao | 10 August 2012 |
Google has announced a trial which will enable people using the search engine to see search queries feature results from their Gmail account. This, says Adam Bunn, Director of SEO at Greenlight, will over time, make personalised search a bigger deal, and swell the number of visits to sites that can’t be tracked to the keyword level due to logged in users appearing as “not provided” or similar in Google analytics. Marketers will need to seek out technology solutions to help plug the data void.
By Adam Bunn | 10 August 2012 |
Google has announced a trial which will enable people using the search engine to see search queries feature results from their Gmail account. The search giant also said it is extending Google Knowledge Graph to every English speaking country. If rolled out permanently the former would have some drawbacks for marketers data-wise and, whilst it could be viewed as an opportunity from an email marketing perspective, that would be highly dependent on message retention. The Knowledge Graph meanwhile will benefit retailers, brands and digital marketers.