When Markle stepped off the plane in Wellington, she did so in a Karen Walker Banks trench coat, and Vogue went on to name it a must-have of the season. It sold out “a little quick[er] than it would have otherwise.” Walker told RNZ. She also divulged that the brand saw a modest bump of +75% to their online traffic from the United States, which the company attributes to the tour. … [Read more...] about The Royal Tour in New Zealand
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Counterfeit goods Dangerous products Inappropriate content Adult content Alcoholic beverages Copyrighted content Gambling content Healthcare content Political content Some of these rules vary between countries so check out the Google Support Centre to clarify which products can and can’t be promoted in your region. Failing to follow these rules will result in disapproved items and a suspended account. … [Read more...] about The Ins and Outs of Google Shopping in New Zealand
Google My Business Release Two New Post Categories Creating posts on Google My Business is quickly becoming a useful tool for marketers advertising on Google. In the past, it let businesses communicate with their customers about what’s new and any upcoming business events. With the recent update, businesses are now able to create “Offer Posts” and “Product Posts”. Here’s a break down of these new features from Google: … [Read more...] about Google My Business Adds New Post Types and More!
When we do though, they’ll be ‘visually rich,’ and use the ‘power of intent’, according to Google. Power of intent in this context translates to ‘based on your data’. This means search history, app downloads, and more. Technically, this is nothing new – it’s the same data Google uses for many other marketing products. … [Read more...] about Google Announces New Discovery Ads Format
Header: This is the text that will appear either above or beside your listed price, and it will call attention to your services, so choose the words wisely. You can’t use more than 25 characters, so be concise. Description: This is the text that will explain your header, and further entice customers. It will appear beside your header, or below the price, depending on the ad format. Again, 25 character limit. Price: The cost, in one of the currencies listed above. Price Qualifier: This is optional, but if you want to advertise a range of prices instead of a set one, you can do so here. Think something like “$70 and up” or “$70-90.” Final URL: The link to the product will be included as a hyperlink on your header. … [Read more...] about Drive Sales With AdWords New Price Extensions for Mobile Text Ads