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  • Presented by: ROI Revolution

    Download this free report today, give it a quick read, and grow your revenue and profit from the newly revised Google Shopping campaigns.

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    Industry Reports
    Date: May, 2014

    Google Shopping has just undergone a major overhaul in AdWords.

    Upgrading isn't optional. By August 2014, all existing Product Listing Ad campaigns will be forced into this updated structure.

    These new Google Shopping campaigns demand a new level of optimization.

    Read this special report to discover:

    – Which key metrics about your competitors' performance are now accessible.
    (and how to keep this peephole from disappearing!)
    – How to avoid the fresh pitfall of overzealous optimization.
    – The new exhaustively detailed performance data hidden away in an unobvious location.
    (and when to use it.)
    – A simple upgrade plan to keep from losing sales during the forced campaign transition.

    Download this free report today, give it a quick read, and grow your revenue and profit from the newly revised Google Shopping campaigns.

    Sponsored by: ROI Revolution

  • Presented by: ChannelAdvisor

    Fixing the five Google Enhanced Campaign mistakes you're probably making.

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    IR Thought Leadership
    Date: November, 2013

    For better or worse, Google's switchover to Enhanced Campaigns happened. Now e-retailers are trying to figure out how to make the most of it. Here are five mistakes they are probably making with Enhanced Campaigns and tips from Jackie Jenkins, product manager, ChannelAdvisor, that will put them on the right track.

    Sponsored by ChannelAdvisor

  • Presented by: Internet Retailer

    E-retailers, eager to capture a bigger piece of a global e-commerce market that exceeded $1 trillion last year according to eMarketer Inc., also must set their sights on search engine optimization.

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    Industry Reports
    Date: April, 2013

    When online retailers cross international borders and enter new markets, they need to figure out more than just how to ship to new countries offer sales in local currencies and languages. Those e-retailers, eager to capture a bigger piece of a global e-commerce market that exceeded $1 trillion last year according to eMarketer Inc., also must set their sights on search engine optimization. (391)

    Global e-commerce will exceed $1.2 trillion in 2013, so there are big opportunities for online retailers to sell internationally. But first they have to attract the attention of consumers in markets they enter. Showing up high in natural search results is a great way to do that, but retailers must master the search engine optimization tactics that work best in each market.

    Sponsored by: RankAbove