- When your ads must meet exact branding requirements.
- When you want ads that serve in all ad slot sizes.
- When your ad has exceeded budget and you must cut costs.
- When performance is your primary goal.
Paul’s interested in generating conversions with Google Display Ads, but he’s not confident in setting bids himself. He’s relying on Smart Display campaigns to help. Which two bidding strategies used in Smart Display campaigns can Paul choose from to automatically set his bids? (Choose two.)
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Rebecca is a marketing executive at an airline company. She has been asked to plan her company’s online advertising budget on a monthly basis. She’s chosen Google Ads’ Performance Planner to help accomplish this task. What are two advantages Performance Planner offers Rebecca? (Choose two.)
Performance Planner leverages machine learning for forecasting. Performance Planner forecasting is powered by billions of Google searches conducted each week. Performance Planner integrates with other budgeting software, such as QuickBooks. Performance Planner is free to use with any merchant-hosted storefront. Performance Planner will help her identify funds from other operational budgets to allocate to marketing. […]
Rashid wants to raise awareness of his brand and build campaigns focused on branded terms. He does not have much time to devote to daily bid management, so he decided to use automated bidding to lighten his workload. Which automated bidding strategy should Rashid consider using?
Maximize conversions Target impression share Target return on ad spend (tROAS) Enhanced cost-per-click (eCPC) Download Google Ads Display Certification Exam Answers (PDF)