The same product can display in different campaigns and categories. You need to control which products show under which campaign and when. By utilizing the three campaign priority settings (high, medium, low), you can stack the bid to help prioritized products win more auctions.
Here’s what to know about priorities:
When multiple products qualify to enter the auction, the process that determines which ads will show for a particular search and in what order, Google favors and uses the bids for the highest-priority items, even if the bid is lower.
Priorities Give a Push
Assigning a high priority for sale items is an ideal way to push select campaigns during a promotion.
Lower When Right
Lowering the priority can help reduce exposure for items that are harder to make profitable and shift budget to more profitable products.
By focusing on these five areas, you should see an improvement in your performance on Google Shopping.
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