- Standard remarketing
- Affinity audiences
- Dynamic remarketing
- Custom Affinity audiences
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Mary manages Google Search campaigns and would like to extend her reach with Google Display ads. She’s trying to decide whether to create a Standard Display campaign or a Smart Display campaign. Why would Mary choose Standard Display campaigns over Smart Display campaigns?
She prefers more control over all aspects of her Display campaigns. She wants to deliver both Search and Display Ads from the same campaign. She prefers to offer minimal input and relies on automated solutions. She wants the same level of results without managing the campaigns. Download Google Ads Display Certification Exam Answers (PDF)
Robert manages a website that sells sporting goods. He wants his products to be featured in various online sporting publications while potential customers are researching and comparing different football brands online. Which option will help Robert influence customer consideration?
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