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For businesses looking to grow revenue from their product catalog, Amazon should not be ignored. Once a business is approved as a vendor or seller, Amazon Marketing Services has three core ad units available. Each is detailed below, along with availability of the ad type for Amazon Vendors and Sellers (details on vendor and sellers available here).
For those of you with brick and mortar stores (and using Google My Business listings), you may have recently noticed some additions in your conversion actions. Local conversion actions (below) count actions (such as directions clicks or click to calls) that are specific to an advertiser’s physical location either during or after interacting with their ad.
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?”.