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How to Increase ROAS and Expand to New Markets with Google Shopping

In 2021, Bodylab—a health and nutrition company from Sweden—made a strategic decision to enhance its performance on Google Shopping. Seeking a competitive edge in the ever-growing e-commerce segment, Bodylab turned to Bidbrain. With a customer-centric approach, Bodylab aimed to optimise its advertising campaigns and maximise its return on ad spend (ROAS) while increasing conversion value.

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How to Use Google Shopping for Local SEO

How to Leverage Google Shopping for Local SEO

Google Shopping has significantly altered the way businesses connect with local customers and drive online traffic. Google Shopping can give an extra boost to local SEO. With Google Shopping, you can improve your local business's visibility, get more local customers, and optimise ROI. In this blog post, we will give you tips on how to make the most of Google Shopping for local SEO success. Let's dive in!

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How to Increase ROAS with Google Shopping

How to Increase ROAS by 605% with Google Shopping

Stålhästen started in 2010 with the idea to create a classic, stylish and sustainable bike for everyone. Today, there are over 20,000 Stålhästen bicycles on the streets in Sweden. The bicycle industry is highly competitive and Stålshästen faced challenges in standing out among competitors and reaching potential customers. In 2020, Stålshästen approached Bidbrain for a solution.

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How Brick-and-Mortar Businesses Can Make Use of Google Shopping

In the past 20 years, the rise of online shopping has significantly affected traditional retail. The two have merged into one—not many traditional businesses can afford to stay offline today, be they large corporations or small and medium companies. Omnichannel shopping dictates the rules. Out of all the platforms related to online shopping, Google Shopping does stand out. You can't sell goods through it directly. But it is the leading platform where customers can look for products via Google Search and compare prices from different shops.

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Pros and Cons of Using Multiple CSSs for Google Shopping

One of the basic rules for using Google Shopping for your e-commerce businesses is to utilise at least one comparison shopping service, be it Google Shopping itself or a third-party CSS platform/partner. But can an e-commerce business use multiple comparison shopping services for Google Shopping? The answer is yes, and there are several advantages as well as downsides to doing so.

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10 Tips for Optimising Google Performance Max Shopping Campaigns

Google Performance Max is a relatively new campaign type that uses machine learning to optimise your ad performance across multiple Google networks. With the right approach, Google Performance Max Shopping campaigns can serve as a powerful tool for e-commerce businesses looking to drive more sales and revenue without investing too much in the supervision of online marketing campaigns. In this blog post, we will cover the most essential Google Performance Max optimisation tips.

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How to Create a Google Shopping Product Feed Guide

How to Create a Google Shopping Product Feed

If you’re an eCommerce business owner or marketer, you probably know that Google Shopping is a great way to reach potential customers and boost sales. To get started with Google Shopping, you need to create a product feed that contains all the information about your products, such as their titles, descriptions, prices, and images. In this blog post, we will discuss different ways to create a Google Shopping product feed.

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5 Google Shopping Extensions for Adobe Commerce (Magento)

If you’re running a store on Magento (Adibe Commerce) and may have been looking for a viable solution to connect your Magento store to Google Shopping, we got some tips for you. For this blog post, we picked 5 Magento (Adobe Commerce) Google Shopping extensions that can help you streamline your Google Shopping routine.

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Get your Product Insights from Bidbrain

The products is the core of your Google Shopping ads. To succeed you need to keep your product data (feed) in good shape, with all attributes in place, well optimised titles and structured categories. You also need to know which products that are currently performing well and which products are not - and why.

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Why Use CSS for Google Shopping

What is a Google Shopping CSS?

According to Google, Comparison Shopping Service (CSS) “is a website that collects product offers from online retailers and then sends users to the retailers’ websites to make a purchase”. Just like Google Shopping, CSS can also show shopping ads in Google search results. 

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