Tag: #shoppingfeed

Industry Report: Search & Shopping Trends (2016/2015)

Our Insight & Analytics team takes a look at the numbers and analyzes the sweeping changes that took place in 2016. Using aggregated client data, this Search & Shopping Trends industry report shines a light ahead for clearer thinking and brighter decision-making in 2017.

Metasearch And Travel: What You Need To Know

Metasearch is growing in popularity, especially for the Travel industry. Find out what Metasearch is and how it helps travelers book their next trip.

Amazon Tests Google Shopping Ads

Amazon has recently begun to test PLAs on Google Shopping because of several e-commerce marketing advantages. Learn more about these advantages and what it could mean for you.

Kenshoo K8 Summit

Join us and over 200 of your digital marketing peers, including some of the world’s largest and most iconic brands, to ride the wave of innovation and opportunity within our industry. You’ll hear from Industry influencers, leading publishers and top Kenshoo executives on how to harness the energy of change sweeping through digital marketing at tidal force.

Google Testing Filter Buttons for Shopping Ads: What’s It Mean for You?

Google has been exploring ways to improve shopping ads for advertisers and consumers lately. The team overseeing this project is in the process of testing product filter buttons to enlarge lead generation. These buttons are placed with product listing ads of Google search results.

How to Get Started Writing AdWords Scripts

There’s no doubt the process of succeeding at conversion optimization is a complicated one. From search marketing to social media advertising, you have a lot on your hands to deal with. But you only have two hands and limited time to execute all of your amazing business plans. This is where AdWords Scripts comes into place.

Google Shopping – What’s Changed in the Last Year?

Like many aspects of Internet marketing, Google Shopping changes from time to time based on user experience studies and other metrics. Essentially, Google wants to deliver the best possible experience, which means adjusting its algorithms and approach.