Pinterest this week launched a brand new search engine feature called ‘Complete the Look.’ This application recommends fashion and home decor items to Pinterest-users based on any image they search for or pin. With so many shoppers using the social media platform, ‘Complete the Look’ creates a gateway for more effective ecommerce.
Some would call it Christmas in July, others might write it off as an over-hyped event — regardless, Prime subscribers are ready for Prime Day. Amazon finally revealed this year’s Prime Day and it’s right around the corner. Set for July 16 and July 17, Prime Day is the best day to buy Amazon’s own products (Echo speakers, Kindle products, etc.). It’s also an amazing day for all other products, as the holiday promotes many site-wide deals. It’s time to tune those wishlists and set some reminders for the 16th. You won’t want to miss out on what this year’s Prime Day has to offer.
Goodbye Google Adwords and hello Google Ads. 18 years after the launch of Adwords, Google is finally rebranding its advertising service. This change comes as a pleasant surprise to many, as the brand was due for a visual upgrade. This, along with the recently announced interface change, marks the end of an era for Google. Google Ads will continue to offer the same AdWords features and services that users expect, plus more. Our team welcomes the transition and thinks the new logo looks amazing.
The helpful folks at Bing recently announced a new educational webcast, "the Art and Science of Bing Shopping Campaigns," that is set for June 28th at 8 a.m. (PDT). Led by Bing marketing leaders Stein Broeder, Cady Condyles, and other special guests, the goal of the event is to help users take advantage of the latest updates and improvements to Bing Shopping campaigns. Who better to learn from than Bing's core marketing experts, as well as industry leaders that leverage the platform on a daily basis? These insights, recommendations, and success stories are sure to inspire and inform. Don't miss out!
In a move to further unite the worlds of in-store commerce and ecommerce, Google recently announced a few new features designed for brick-and-mortar merchants. Of those features, "See What's In Store" is the most significant. It will enable physical stores to provide inventory information in their Knowledge Panels as well as on Google Maps. Other features include location extensions on YouTube video campaigns, enhanced local catalog display ads, a new competitive pricing feature, and an update to Shopping Actions.