eCommerce PPC

Pay Per Click Management for eCommerce Businesses

Our eCommerce PPC Philosophy

Our philosophy to eCommerce Pay Per Click strategies is "it depends". We like to get to know our clients and their business goals to come up with a custom strategy that helps achieve these goals.

Other PPC agencies may be focused on one metric or goal when it comes to your eCommerce campaigns, and that could be in conflict with your business goals. For instance if your business is focusing on aggressive growth for the year but your agency is focused on a high return on advertising spend (an efficiency metric) your goals will be working against each other. That is why we believe it is important first to learn your business goals before settling on a paid advertising strategy.

That being said, one strategy we will not consider is automating all of your Google Ads shopping campaigns. Although "smart" campaigns can be helpful when used sparingly and in compliment to normal shopping campaigns, we will not use "smart" campaigns exclusively in any account.

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Shopping Campaigns in Google Ads & Microsoft Advertising

Pay Per Click Shopping campaigns are the bread and butter for most eCommerce companies ad accounts. They use the shopping feed to show images and details of your products to interested users. Although the platforms are continually pushing automation in this area we believe the human touch is still the way to go - that's the blue ox in us!

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eCommerce Product Feed Optimization

Your Feed is the most important piece of your PPC shopping campaigns. Since keywords are not utilized in shopping campaigns the product shopping feed is what platforms, such as Google Ads and Microsoft Advertising, use to match up the users search intent with your product.

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Dynamic Remarketing Ad Campaigns

Dynamic Remarketing uses your product feed and tracking on your site to show ads to users who have viewed your products, added them to the shopping cart, viewed similar products, bought complimentary products, etc. The options and uses of dynamic remarketing are vast. Are you using this campaign type to the fullest?