Category: Google Shopping

Want To Build A Pipeline For The New Year While You’re Off This Christmas?

  • Posted by Sergio B
  • On December 16, 2018
We’ve talked about the reasons you shouldn’t pause campaigns over the festive period here, but if you’re taking time off, going to be away or need to know what to do about leads that you might still be paying for, we’ve got you covered with some top tips on what to do to build a pipeline […]

How Small Businesses Can Stand Out This Christmas

  • Posted by Emily
  • On November 26, 2018
Online reviews are one of the best ways of getting to new customers, and the holiday season is no different. For small businesses to contend with the big boys at this time of year, there are still a few ways to do this without breaking the bank. One of these is Google’s newly launched social […]

What You Need To Know – New Google Seller Ratings By Country

  • Posted by Emily
  • On November 16, 2018
You may be aware that back in September, Google announced to advertisers that from October, they would start counting and displaying seller ratings by country. There’s been a bit of a delay, but it’s now happening. What does that mean for you? Well, Seller Ratings are a means of building trust with consumers – they […]

Frequently Answered Questions About CSS and Google’s Answers

  • Posted by Emily
  • On August 28, 2018
As you may be aware, we recently announced that we had become a Google CSS Partner – now able to bring you discounts galore on your shopping ads. But we also know that you probably have lots of questions about this. We hope to answer some of these here. These have been slightly adapted from […]

Broadplace Now A Google CSS Partner

  • Posted by ajay
  • On August 20, 2018
Broadplace has been confirmed as a Google Comparison Shopping Service (CSS) Partner with a shiny new badge. But what does that mean for you? A Bit of Background You’ll be aware of the power of Google Shopping, and you might know about some EU regulations that have deemed that Google has to change the way […]

More Reviews Required For Seller Ratings on Google Ads

  • Posted by akash
  • On September 8, 2016
Google now requires more reviews in order for the coveted Seller Ratings Extension to appear on AdWords ads. And it’s quite a dramatic increase… Official policy has, until now, stated that in most cases, 30 unique reviews within the space of 12 months should be enough to kick-start the seller rating appearing… But this number has now shot up to […]

Broadplace Delighted With 3 Award Nominations

  • Posted by Broadplace
  • On July 20, 2016
We are so proud that we are up for three WireHive100 awards this year – for individual and group work across a selection of clients. We love adding to the Broadplace awards so we’ve got everything crossed for more success again this year… Broadplace Team, Up for Best Use of Search This award was based […]

Really Exciting Google Shopping Filter Buttons

  • Posted by Emily
  • On July 6, 2016
Google are testing out so many cool features at the moment. One that caught our eye recently was Google Shopping Filter Buttons. Product filter buttons are being tested in product listing ads (PLAs) in the search results. These were spotted recently. The filter buttons appear when the queries like ‘top rated’ or ‘best’ or other […]

Google Introduces Customer Match for Shopping

  • Posted by Paul H
  • On June 30, 2016
In 2015 Google provided us with Remarketing for Shopping in order for advertisers to connect with previous visitors on site. Now Google have announced Customer Match for Shopping. According to Google this provides the opportunity to focus campaigns on your highest value audiences: your previous purchasers, reward members, newsletter subscribers, or local in-store shoppers” The […]

Google Removing Right Hand Ads – True Impact on SMEs

  • Posted by dantheman
  • On April 12, 2016
As our customers will know (because we’ve emailed them about it!), Google recently rolled out a new format for the search engine results page – removing right hand ads from results pages. You can read more about that here. Here at Broadplace, we’ve been interested to see the impact of these changes for future advertisers, as […]