On this week’s episode of Marketing O’Clock, hosts Jess Budde, Greg Finn, and Christine “Shep” Zirnheld talk about Amazon’s product targeting, the delayed rollout of Google Partners’ changes, and new Pinterest ecommerce features.
Plus, why the gas station is the best place to shop for perishables and how to turn proving you’re not a bot into a fun puzzle game.
This biggest news of the week:
The retailer now allows advertisers to run ads on product or category pages that are similar or complementary to the products they sell.
Due to the uncertainty surrounding the global pandemic, Google announced they would not enforce the upcoming Partner Program changes until 2021.
The platform now allows advertisers to track include in conversions and view-through conversions, which already exist in Google Ads.
The new feature makes it easy for people to find in-stock inventory of home decor and fashion products.
The SEO community has seen featured snippets below the top spot over the past week.
Then, Michael Fleming shares an all-too-relatable Take of the Week:
Client: “We need to cut spend, but let’s try and keep the same Revenue levels.”
What I wanted to say but didn’t: “OK, I’ll shut off all the campaigns that just waste money.”#ppcchat
— Michael Fleming (@SEMFlem) April 2, 2020
We answer your burning digital marketing questions during our lightning round segment:
- Who is surprisingly upset about Google’s ban on Coronavirus-related ads?
- What is Facebook doing to help small businesses impacted by COVID-19?
- When will Google Ads sunset the Adwords API V1?
- Where will the next U.S. outbreak of COVID-19 occur? How Facebook is helping authorities prepare.
- Why is Chrome delaying labels for SameSite Cookies?
- How can you toggle between chart styles for Google Ads performance data?
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