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Last month, we reported that Google would be shutting down Google Trusted Stores, its six-year-old ratings and certification program, and replacing it with Google Customer Reviews. That time has come. Google announced the transition in a blog post Monday. About Google Customer Reviews The new, leaner program picks up the seller ratings piece of the Google Trusted Stores program only.
… information provided to consumers from the Google Trusted Stores badge Qualified merchants could display the Trusted Stores badge on their sites and offer customers up to $1,000 in purchase protection backed by Google. The program integrated with AdWords in 2013. That integration has enabled Trusted Stores to show seller ratings stars in search ads…
… Google has announced big changes to its four-year-old Google Consumer Surveys product. It’s essentially splitting the tool in two: a new version specifically for enterprise-level marketers that’s integrated into the Analytics 360 Suite, and the existing consumer-level survey tool that’s been renamed and moved under the Google Analytics umbrella…
… Today, Google opened up its Consumer Surveys program with self sign up available to publishers in the US. Offered as a way for publishers to monetize their content, Google pays publishers for completed surveys, which are typically used as paywall alternatives. Google will pay publishers $0.05 per question on completed surveys. Publishers can…