Most online retailers are already familiar with Bing Product Ads, which let you advertise your products to users while they browse on the Bing Search Network. Product Ads are a great way to get your products seen, but they aren’t the only advertising tactic you should be using. After all, 96% of users won’t even convert on their first visit to a website. That’s where a remarketing campaign comes into play.
Bing is at it again, and right in time for holidays! Product Ads were a big hit in attracting shoppers on the Yahoo Bing Network last year because of their rich, engaging format. This year we’ve launched Bing Shopping Campaigns to help advertisers capture our shopping audience with enhanced control, insight and efficiency, and with consistent management across advertising platforms.
Today, Google announced its Purchases on Google pilot that enables consumers to click on "Buy on Google" ads to complete purchases. Shoppers complete the purchase using Google-stored payment data, which is then sent to retailers to process and fulfill. Merchants handle all customer service communications and “own” their customer’s data.
After much waiting and speculation, yesterday Microsoft announced the launch of its answer to Google Product Listing Ads – Bing Product Ads. This is great news for merchants, because Bing is seeing a 26% increase in traffic year over year and the Bing and Yahoo network commands approximately 30% of market share for all searches.
As part of GoDataFeed's ongoing commitment to keep retailer feeds current with the latest shopping channel marketing initiatives, it now supports Bing Shopping Deals, an optional program designed to increase sales with limited-time, discounted offers.