Google’s yearly Google Marketing Live is when the search engine juggernaut announces what digital advertisers have to look forward to in the year to come. This two-hour hybrid event that took place last week had some exciting updates. Here’s Reunion Marketing’s take on what to be looking forward to in the year ahead!
Performance Max Campaigns
Reunion has been utilizing the intelligence and automation capabilities of Performance Max campaigns for quite some time now and have been impressed. Google largely preached about the success of these ads that lets you advertise across all of Google’s properties with a single campaign and told several anecdotal stories of businesses having success with these automation driven campaigns. A few updates to P Max campaigns were:
Privacy & Google Analytics 4
The Google Analytics 4 update is an incredibly important pivot toward the cookieless future. GA4 will focus much more on predictive analytics and insights so marketers can better understand potential.
For automotive dealerships, Google Analytics should be viewed as a guidepost of accountability – a place where all their various vendors’ data is tracked and held accountable for success. While goal tracking and other analytics might be changing, this destination will continue to be as important as ever in giving accurate accounts of onsite actions and helping marketers better adapt strategies.
The Google shopping experience has boomed in the past few years. Google has curated the inventory from online stores that sell the product that matches the search of the user in one convenient location. Here are a few of the notable mentions as it pertains to the Google shopping experience.
Things To Look Out For In The Automotive Industry
There were many, many more announcements and improvements mentioned during last week’s Google Marketing Live event. These are a few more of the items mentioned that Reunion Marketing will continue to keep a close monitor one.
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