Product Feeds

  • Amazon to Discontinue Product Ads, Launch a Text Ad Rival to Google

    … engines (CSEs). Most CSEs have seen declines since Google Shopping became a fully paid entity powered by Google Product Listing Ads (PLAs). Amazon had bucked that trend by continuing to grow and even offer lower CPCs than Google. This growth is particularly impressive considering that Amazon limited the categories eligible for advertisement…

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  • Connexity Acquires PriceGrabber, CSEs Consolidate to Compete with Google PLAs

    … that will continue evolving to compete with Product Listing Ads. This has already started to happen, with Pronto ceasing direct feed operations last year, Facebook purchasing TheFind, and the recent acquisitions of Become and PriceGrabber by Connexity. Connexity Buys Back Share Up until last night’s announcement of Connexity acquiring PriceGrabber, we…

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  • Google Changes Shopping Campaign Feed Specs – What You Need to Know

    … Yesterday, Google announced a number of changes to their feed specifications for Shopping Campaigns. Some of these changes will only affect certain markets, while others will affect advertisers globally. The bulk of these changes will go into effect on September 15th, 2015, but advertisers can see if their feeds will comply with the new…

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  • Save Time on Your PLA Feeds with Google Online Product Inventory Updates

    … At Merkle|RKG, we have seen Google cracking down on data feeds containing pricing and availability information that does not match merchant websites. As some will have already experienced, this can lead to a suspension, thus preventing your products from showing in PLAs. This just goes to show the importance of data feeds to the success of PLAs…

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  • Introducing Multiple Product Feeds for Facebook Exchange

    …The power of Facebook Exchange (FBX) lies in one-to-one interactions with consumers. What it all boils down to is this: An individual user visits a website, and then sees contextual information about that website on Facebook in real-time. Because context is at the center of FBX retargeting, today we want to share how you can take your current advertising on FBX one step further to generate real business results. Let’s look at two individuals shopping for new TVs – we’ll […]…

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