5 Things To Know About Google Performance Max Self-Upgrade Tool For Local Campaigns

by | Dec 9, 2022 | Digital Marketing

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What Is Google Local Campaign

In the era where most people use search engines to find a store, be it physical or online, it is ever growing challenge to attract new customers. If you want to promote your physical store through a digital medium, Google local campaign can be your best choice. Local campaigns make it easy to advertise your stores to nearby customers and help them by providing information to visit your store. Information includes store location, timings, business offerings, and more. It is cross channel campaign type that helps improve local awareness and, of course, the visits to the store’s physical location.

To set up a local campaign in Google Ads account, we need to provide the store locations, campaign budget, and ad assets (Like text, images, videos, etc.); the Google machine learning algorithm uses these inputs and automatically optimizes bids, ad placements, and asset combinations. It helps promote your business across Google properties, like Google Maps, Google Search Network, YouTube, Google Display Network, and Gmail.

What Is Google Performance Max Self-Upgrade Tool For Local Campaigns?

Earlier this year, Google upgraded the Smart Shopping and Local Campaigns to Performance Max using the self-upgrade tool in Google Ads.

One can easily upgrade the Local Campaigns using the self-upgrade tool. To access it, go to Google Ads – Notification, Recommendations page, or Campaigns page. All your campaign settings will automatically transfer to Performance Max. If the campaigns are not eligible for the self-upgrade tool, then your Local Campaigns will be upgraded to Performance Max in 2023.

Once you have been upgraded to Performance Max campaigns, please find below the five best practices Google has laid out to get the maximum benefit from their Performance Max campaigns.

  1. ‘Performance planner’ from google can be used to plan the upcoming holiday budget and determine how your budget change can impact the performance.
  2. Start your campaign 2-3 weeks in advance so you can prepare for the weekend sales or holiday peaks. We can then refresh the creative frequently to shift from regular store promotions to special promotions (like holiday sales etc.)
  3. Set a value for each conversion action to get the best of your campaigns and reach your goals. For example, a store visit- is $10, a phone call click – is $3 so on.
  4. We can select one call-to-action per asset group. Performance Max allows one predefined call to action per asset group, while local campaigns support multiple customer call-to-actions. During the upgrade, five call-to-actions will be supported as read-only in Performance Max.
  5. Google suggests turning off ad scheduling or geo-targeting as they may obstruct campaign performance.

Performance Max Helps You To Achieve Your Goals

Here are four effective ways to improve your marketing results and bid strategy with Google’s new Performance Max feature that the most reliable digital marketing agency uses:

Gain more affluent insight

Google Performance Max campaigns are now part of the Google Ads Insights page. It helps you understand how your campaign is performing across channels and gives you tips on how to improve your existing smart shopping campaign.

Find new customers

Machine learning helps you find new groups of your ideal customers across Google Search, Discover, Gmail, Maps, YouTube, and Display. Reach your audience easily with Google’s real-time understanding of user intent, holiday campaigns, and search terms.

Increase conversions and value

The Google Performance Max feature uses automation to optimize your budget and bids to help you get more conversions. It happens in real-time, so you don’t have to worry about ad budget optimization or manual bidding.

Simplify your workflow with automation

Google Performance Max optimizes ad placements through automation to appear in the right areas for audiences most likely to convert. Google’s expertise shows that you can easily target users this holiday season based on their online searches, historical data, and behavior. It is done using the Google Performance Max feature by your digital marketing agency.

 Benefits of Google Performance Max Self-Upgrade tool

Why Should You Update To Performance Max To Boost Local Campaigns?

It is recommended that you select a good SEO company that will help you upgrade to the newly launched Google Ads Performance Max because it allows you to:

    1. Monitor performance and adjust as needed.
    2. Ensure all necessary settings have been migrated or adjusted correctly for the new Performance Max experience.
    3. Test the migration process with a low-value campaign to see how the new campaign type works for your customers.
    4. Choose the best time for your agency when everyone is together for post-migration adjustments and fine-tuning.
    5. Create a backup strategy in case Performance Max campaign disruption impacts performance.

Conclusion

As the buying process becomes more complex and involves more challenges, the Performance Max through KloudPortal ensures it appears in the right place across all Google touchpoints. From rising search trends to combined reports, drill down into detailed, automated insights from Performance Max campaigns, KloudPortal uniquely understands performance across multiple channels, thereby improving conversions. Reach out to us to set up the best Google ads services for your business.

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