Technically, you’ll start to see results right away; however, it takes about 90 days for a campaign to “normalize” to the point of understanding how it will perform long-term.
If you are an eCommerce company, Data Feed Watch (DFW) is the platform we use in order to optimize your product feed. It allows you to customize the product feed attributes before they are sent to Google Merchant Center (which is the tool that then uploads your product listings into Google Shopping, Google Product Ads, and Google Commerce Search). DFW is part of the reason why shopping ads are so successful.
Most agencies will count a call that lasts 45 seconds or longer, for example, as a conversion. But we try to minimize false leads by hiring a designated team to listens to the calls that come in from an ad and give it a score. Our call rater team also gives us the added bonus of helping us to uncover any issues that might be negatively affecting conversion rates during the calls (like an automated answering machine that is confusing people, for example, or low quality leads who are asking for something different than what your business sells, etc.).
Whether you’ve worked with an agency before or it’s your first time, understanding your contract can be confusing—especially when it comes to the billing process. Fortunately, our billing is simple and straightforward. And in this article, we’ll show you how it works, help alleviate any confusion, and set expectations so you can manage your budget and payment a whole lot easier.
It's possible to target competitors beyond the basic competitor campaign (which is where we show an ad after someone searches for a competitor). We can do this using affinity & intent audiences (which are audiences of people who are frequently associated with the competitor's business).