Google Merchant Center has historically been used only by advertisers. But after changes Google made in 2020, it is important for all ecommerce sites to set up a Google Merchant Center account and configure it correctly. Why? Because Google is now pulling product information from Merchant Center...
No, no that kind of bouncer.
When someone comes to your website and views just a single page before bouncing, it's tempting to think that is throwaway traffic and you wouldn't want any more of it. In fact, we've had a number of clients request that we don't spend any money targeting those people in the future. "Remove them from all remarketing lists!" But here's the thing… bouncers are often highly valuable. The data show that they typically come back and purchase in the future at a much higher rate than the general population of searchers if they see ads in the future.
We get this question a lot from online merchants. Before we can answer, we need to get one thing straight: ROI is a term from finance that a lot of marketers use to mean something a little different. Read our blog post on How Digital Marketers Misunderstand ROI for more on that. I usually try to use other terms that are more precise. In advertising, when most people say “ROI”, they actually mean “Return on Ad Spend”, which is the total revenue divided by the total ad spend.
Most ecommerce merchants understand that showing 5-star reviews alongside their ads can boost ad performance. However, many misunderstand how the system works. We regularly talk with Magento merchants who don't understand that there is a difference between product reviews and seller reviews. Let's look at both of these and why you need them.
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Meet Magento New York, September 5, 2019
Whether you run your digital advertising in-house or hire an agency, every merchant faces challenges with PPC. It seems that ad platforms are always changing the game... introducing new technology, throwing out n...