By now, we all know that when it comes to eCommerce, Amazon is king. As either an Amazon Vendor or an Amazon Seller, Brands can reach consumers 24/7 with the right advertising strategy. However, a common question we receive is “what is the difference between a Vendor and Seller?” or “How do I know what my company is eligible to become on Amazon?”.
Through 2017, Bing has done a stellar job of releasing new products that allow advertisers to directly import campaigns from Google AdWords, as well as some unique features to their platform. My colleague, Jill, recently outlined some of their latest releases in her blog post.
Advertisers have always been able to refer to the quality score of an ad in Google AdWords to see how the engine ranks your ads. With a ranking of 1-10 (with 10 being the best), you can see how AdWords feels your ad and landing page resonate with one another and your keywords. What hasn’t always been clear is how the Quality Score is determined. However, Google added new Quality Score reporting columns in May that provide a bit more clarification on what makes up the score.