Shopping campaigns use:
a combination of text ads and Shopping ads formats
ads created using product data from Google Merchant Center
keyword-targeted rich media ads
ads promoting local and nearby services
- A combination of text ads and Product Listing Ads formats
- Ads performing local and nearby services
- Product Listing Ads created from product data in Google Merchant Center
- Keyword-targeted rich media ads
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Shopping campaigns use product data not keywords. You will need an AdWords account that is linked to your Merchant Center account in order to set up your Shopping campaign. This allows your Shopping campaign to use the product data you submit in your Merchant Center account.
You will need an AdWords account that is linked to your Merchant Center account in order to set up your Shopping campaign. This allows your Shopping campaign to use the product data you submit in your Merchant Center account.
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The Google Shopping experience is built on Shopping ads, which are ads that include rich product information, such as product image, price, and merchant name. This ad format uses the data attributes from the product information you submit in your Merchant Center data feed. We’ll show your ad to people who are already searching for the kinds of products you sell — so those people are more likely to take action. You can customize your ad content, set a budget and pricing that’s comfortable for you, and easily measure the impact of your ad with advanced reporting and performance tools.
In order for your products to appear on Google Shopping, you will need to create campaigns for your Shopping ad. Shopping campaigns allow you to manage and optimize Shopping ad to promote your products online. Shopping campaigns offer a simple and flexible way to organize your Google Merchant Center product inventory so you can easily create customized campaigns. You can then use powerful reporting and benchmarking tools to monitor and optimize your Shopping campaign performance.
Your Google Merchant Center product data is integral to how you create and manage your Shopping campaigns in AdWords. By making all of your product data accessible within AdWords, Shopping campaigns let you easily browse and organize your product inventory and make informed decisions about your advertising strategy. Shopping campaigns use product groups to select which products you want to bid on in a given campaign. You can subdivide your inventory into customized product groups using any product attributes (category, product type, brand, condition, item ID, custom labels) you choose — and at any level of granularity. The products within the product groups you don’t subdivide remain in an “Everything else” product group. You then set bids for each product group depending upon your campaign goals.
We’ve made it very simple for merchants to create a basic Shopping campaign directly from Merchant Center in just a few steps. You’ll either create a new AdWords account or use an existing one, and then enter some basic campaign information such as your bid and budget. This campaign will put all of your products into one “Everything else” product group. Once you’ve created the campaign in Merchant Center, you’ll be able to use the retail-centric tools in AdWords to manage your campaign and further subdivide your products.
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