More on Enhanced Campaigns

Anne Garcia - February 14, 2013

Last week we reported Google AdWords’ announcement of Enhanced Campaigns. We have more information on the subject as our accounts have been whitelisted for the migration to Enhanced Campaigns.

Enhanced Campaigns will reach more searchers with fewer campaigns. Instead of having separate campaigns for specific devices and locations, advertisers will be able to on bid per keyword on desktop/tablet devices and a separate bid per keyword for mobile devices. In addition, there won’t be a need for separate campaigns for multiple locations because advertisers will be able to set adjustable bids based on location. For example, an advertiser can choose to target a higher maximum cost-per-click (CPC) for locations where they have actual brick and mortar locations and bid lower for CPCs in non-brick and mortar locations. With Enhanced Campaigns, previous accounts with multiple campaigns will now roll up into fewer enhanced campaigns.

Google says that it will show smarter ads optimized to the user. Creative, sitelinks, app or extensions will be selected based on the user context and device capabilities. Advanced reporting will be introduced with Enhanced Campaigns to be able to measure new conversion types. Click-to-call links from mobile devices will now be free; previously they were the average CPC of the campaign, and will be able to be tracked as conversions. Furthermore, digital downloads, in-store purchases and cross device conversions will all be measurable within Enhanced Campaigns.

Simply put, the Enhanced Campaigns will allow advertisers to manage bids across multiple devices, locations and time.

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