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Google rolls out “enhanced campaigns” for “AdWords” to simplify ad management for Mobile Devices

Written on:February 7, 2013
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Google began upgrading its Advertisers Service “AdWords” with “enhanced campaigns” for advertisers trying to better connect with people accessing the internet on the move with smartphones or tablet computers.

i-e Enhanced Campaigns will allow the advertisers to target the mobile device users with more specifics Ads without requiring them to management separate Campaings.

Enhanced campaigns help businesses reach customers with ads relevant to their location, their time of day, and the device they’re using.

Google’s blog post says,

This is a first step to help you more simply and smartly manage your ad campaigns in today’s multi-device world.

People are constantly connected and moving from one device to another to communicate, shop and stay entertained. In fact, a recent study of multi-device consumers found that 90% move sequentially between several screens to accomplish a task. There’s also a proliferation of new devices – PCs, laptops, tablets, smartphones, hybrid devices, mini-tablets, televisions, and more. And there are many more digital screens and devices to come, with the lines between them continuing to blur. For example, as devices converge, consumer behaviors on tablets and desktops are becoming very similar.

This creates great opportunities for businesses, but can also make marketing more complex and time-consuming. For example, a pizza restaurant probably wants to show one ad to someone searching for “pizza” at 1pm on their PC at work (perhaps a link to an online order form or menu), and a different ad to someone searching for “pizza” at 8pm on a smartphone a half-mile from the restaurant (perhaps a click-to-call phone number and restaurant locator). Signals like location, time of day, and the capabilities of the device people are using have become increasingly important in showing them the right ad.

With enhanced campaigns, instead of having to cobble together and compare several separate campaigns, reports and ad extensions to do this, the pizza restaurant can easily manage all of this in one single place. Enhanced campaigns help you reach people with the right ads, based on their context like location, time of day and device type, across all devices without having to set up and manage several separate campaigns.

Enhanced campaigns will roll out to advertisers as an option over the next few weeks, and Google plans to upgrade all campaigns in mid-2013.

Apart from enhancing Advertisement Tools, Google is taking steps to increase the Audience for its Ads.

Recently Google had made a deal with Yahoo for showing Google Ads on Yahoo websites.

Read below the statement from the Yahoo about this Deak.

Every day, people turn to Yahoo! for their daily habits — like search, weather, news or more. At Yahoo!, we’re focused on doing everything we can to make the user experience inspiring and engaging. One way we do that is by providing relevant and well-targeted content — whether that be editorial or advertising content.

Say you’ve been shopping for boots. If you see an ad for boots, that’s instantly going to pique your attention more than an ad for, say, a car battery. That’s better for users. This is why contextual advertising is such a powerful tool.

Today, we’re excited to announce that we recently signed a global, non-exclusive agreement with Google to display ads on various Yahoo! properties and certain co-branded sites using Google’s AdSense for Content and Google’s AdMob services.

By adding Google to our list of world-class contextual ads partners, we’ll be able to expand our network, which means we can serve users with ads that are even more meaningful.

For our users, there won’t be a noticeable difference in how or where ads appear. More options simply mean greater flexibility. We look forward to working with all of our contextual ads partners to ensure we’re delivering the right ad to the right user at the right time.

 

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