Google Ads For eCommerce: A Complete Guide

MELISSA RODRIGUEZ | December 12, 2019

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With over 3.5 billion search queries a day, and nearly 90% of market share, most of your existing and prospective customers are on Google’s search engine.  As an eCommerce retailer, you’re most likely looking for a marketing channel that offers an easy way to quantify your ROI, and an opportunity to get granular with your data. Traditional marketing channels like TV and radio advertising are a shot in the dark. You might not have time to wait for SEO to kick in. A strong Google Ads strategy will get you results, and revenue immediately. According to Google, advertisers make $8 for every $1 they spend on Google Ads. And your competitors are most likely on Google Ads. Type the name of the type of product you sell, and if you see ads at the top or bottom of the search results page, you need to jump in. Your loss is their gain!

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