on March 9, 2014 01:54 AM
Google confirmed that Google Places no longer supports multiple verified accounts for the same business location. Business owners can view the duplicate listing by signing in to Google Places for Business Dashboard. All the duplicate listings are marked under “You cannot update this listing because it has been marked as a duplicate of another.”
Google instructs that if you want to remove the duplicate listing all you have to do is:
- Access the dashboard for the business you wish to remove.
- Select the Gear icon.
- Click on Remove this listing.
You can also use the Learn More link on your dashboard to request the current owner for administrative access of the listing or contact Google Support directly to restore your account's access to the listing.
on March 7, 2014 11:55 PM
Google has announced that they have redesigned the AdWords Express dashboard showing more colorful, useful and important charts and data. This is shown to AdWords Express advertisers when they login on their desktop or mobile device.
Google product manager Francisco Uribe, in the blog post, said, “Now you can see more details about how users interact with your website after clicking your ad by linking your Google Analytics and AdWords Express accounts. Once you connect your accounts, you’ll see a new card on the AdWords Express dashboard (as well as in your Analytics account).”
on March 7, 2014 04:46 AM
Earlier this week Google has added support for Shopping Campaigns to the AdWords API. Now The company has also announced that DoubleClick Search is getting beta support for Shopping Campaigns as well. This is part of the Doubleclick Search Commerce Suite.
Google says in a blog post that, "With this release, we’ve integrated AdWords’ streamlined, flexible workflows and powerful reporting tools for Shopping campaigns seamlessly with the DoubleClick Search platform.
Efficiently create and manage Shopping campaigns with faster workflow and automation tools” and “surface insights quickly with real-time, product-centric reporting.”