- Google Brand Account
- Google My Business
- Contact Google My Business
- Google Merchant Center
- Tips For Google Merchant Center Optimization
- Notes On Using Google Merchant Center
- Google Tag Manager
Google Brand Account
Facebook accounts are for humans. Facebook pages are for businesses. In the same way Google accounts are for humans. Google Brand accounts are for businesses.
A regular Google Account represents a person, just like a Facebook profile does. A Google Brand Account, on the other hand, is a special type of account designed for brands or businesses. It allows multiple owners and managers to use and manage it together through their own Google Account. They won’t need a separate username or password for the Brand Account.
Understand what a Google Brand Account is:
Google Brand Account - Useful Things You Need to Know | Blog | Whatagraph
Nov 05, 2020 ● 6 min read We all know that Google is constantly improving itself so that it can stay relevant and bring users the best search results possible, and for that we applaud it. We are here to tell you about one of its latest features called Google Brand Account.
Google Guide To Creating A Brand Account:
Manage your Brand Account
You can set up and manage an account specifically for your brand. You can use certain services with it, like YouTube, to create an online presence. How Brand Accounts differ from regular Google Accounts You and others can jointly manage a Brand Account through your own Google Accounts.
Google My Business
Contact Google My Business
Google Merchant Center
Tips For Google Merchant Center Optimization
Tips to optimize your product data
Your product data shapes the way your ads and free listings behave and perform on Google surfaces. To make ads, listings, and your Shopping campaigns as successful as possible, you need to provide and maintain high quality product data. Use these tips to create a strong set of data and help you see results from your campaigns.
8 Must-Try Google Shopping Feed Optimization Tips: Expert Level
The Global Trade Item Number or GTIN has become a significant part of the optimization process. Valid GTINs are usually supplied by the manufacturer and while they're no longer a required attribute, they are worth the time and effort. We've covered what GTINs are and how to find them in depth in our other articles.
How to Optimize Your Google Shopping Feed for Ecommerce Success
You've heard the statistics. 47% of American internet users start their product searches on Amazon. 35% start on Google. Google used to be online shoppers' favorite place to look for stuff, but Amazon has emerged as the dominant ecommerce search engine. Now, I get it-this is compelling stuff.
Notes On Using Google Merchant Center
- There is a list of unsupported content - https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/6150006?hl=en
Google Tag Manager
Google Analytics lets you measure your advertising ROI as well as track your Flash, video, and social networking sites and applications.