Google Shopping Ads

Get your products in front of a highly motivated audience and track your ROI

What is Google Shopping?

When you search for a product in Google, the chances are you’ll see two elements related to Google Shopping in your search results. The first is a list of product thumbnails at the top of your search results page, the second is a tab for ‘Shopping’ at the top of the page.

Both of these are aimed at directly showing searchers products that they can buy online.

Google Shopping used to be called Product Listing Ads (PLAs) and that more accurately describes what it is. In the most simple terms, retailers send their product feed to Google via Google’s Merchant Centre and when those products are searched for, they are displayed in Google’s shopping results. If a user clicks through to your website from your PLA, you’ll pay for that click but that user has a high chance of converting.

“It’s great working with Ben at The Content Works, he’s obviously very knowledgeable but able to explain in non-technical terms we can understand. He was able to outline realistic time frames and set expectations so we knew what was going to happen and what we would achieve within our budget.”

Mark Chandler – Managing Director, Vale Furnishers

We can setup your Google Shopping campaign for you

Google Shopping doesn’t work for everyone but it can be a very effective marketing channel to help you reach new and motivated customers.

If you sell your products online, Google Shopping is a great way to directly place your products infront of consumers and due to its visual nature, it can return a better click-through ratio and higher return on ad spend than a paid search campaign.