There are billions of Facebook users nowadays, and if you place a targeted ad on the platform, your chances of reaching skyrocket. This is extremely important and necessary for eCommerce sellers to promote their products to reach as many customers as possible.
After getting your Google Merchant Center account active, it’s the right time for you to start your Google ad campaigns. In addition to the previous forms of ads, Ecommerce stores now can use Google shopping ads which can show the image and price of products. In order to do that, your Google Merchant Center account must have enough information of your products, that’s the job of product feed. And your job is to optimize this product feed and make your ads closer to your target customers. Check out what the best practices are and apply to your store.
Apparently, it is undeniable to say that Google is a powerful tool to make your products visible to your target customers in order to maximize your revenue. However, many sellers are facing difficulties because their accounts are suspended. So what are the tips to make your Google Merchant Center account survive in sales season? Reach out our blog for some minor but useful information to strengthen your Merchant Center account.
Tiktok has updated its pixel to the newest version 2.0 to optimize uses and help merchants to track the most common events. After having a pixel installed on your website, it is crucial for pixel to start learning by creating events and defining the tracking rules. The more your pixel can learn, the better results you can get to optimize your ads afterwards.
Tiktok Pixel acts as a site event management tool which can help sellers measure the effectiveness of the ad campaigns by tracking users' actions on websites. If you have a Shopify website and would like to create an ad campaign on Tiktok, you need to have a TikTok pixel, install it in your Shopify store to track events, conversions and optimize your ads. In this blog, you can check step by step of how to do it.