TargetBay Partners with Google to Share Product Reviews from TargetBay's Clients on Google Product Search and Google Shopping Ads

TargetBay | October 01, 2020

TargetBay, an Ecommerce Marketing Cloud, used by thousands of online stores across the globe, has partnered with Google to share high-quality product reviews from TargetBay's clients on Google Product Search and Google Shopping Ads. Ecommerce store owners and managers can use product reviews to drive more qualified shoppers to their website and gain more visibility across Google. TargetBay is excited to announce that it is now a Google-approved product reviews aggregator. Why is TargetBay and Google Partnership Significant? If you are a client of TargetBay, then you will be able to send your product reviews to Google, and these reviews will now show up in Google Shopping Ads. This partnership provides higher visibility across Google - both Google Ads and Google Shopping Ads. The increased exposure drives more qualified shoppers to your product pages. Product reviews offer better product research and purchase decisions for shoppers.

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In the world of digital advertising, programmatic is a way of buying and selling media using automated technology. In many cases, programmatic media is bought and sold in auction-like environments that operate much like the stock market.

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In the world of digital advertising, programmatic is a way of buying and selling media using automated technology. In many cases, programmatic media is bought and sold in auction-like environments that operate much like the stock market.

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Infillion | May 12, 2022

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OneScreen.ai Launches Most Comprehensive Public Directory of Out-of-home (OOH) Advertising Inventory and OOH Providers

OneScreen.ai | August 04, 2022

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AutoNation’s New Ads Focus on Employees

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