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As of December 13th 2018, advertisers now have the option to pay for conversions, rather than clicks, when using Google Display Campaigns. This means that you will only be paying when customers convert on your website or app, while never paying above your target cost-per-action (CPA).
As a digital marketer, it is important to understand where your ad(s) appear within a Google Search results page. Contrary to popular belief, Google’s average position metric is not a true indicator of where an ad appears on the page. Technically, an ad position of “1” represents that your ad will be positioned before all other ads, but it doesn’t mean the ad will be at the absolute top location.
Launched earlier this year, detailed demographics is a new set of targeting parameters to fine tune Google Ads Campaigns. Some of the additional parameters include parental status, marital status, education, and home ownership status.