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We are a manufacturer who sells through a variety of online retailers.  I've heard that Google will be making a change to the adwords fee structure and that all searchs will be paid?  I'm wondering where I can find information regarding this change and how it will impact our customers.

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Hi @mpevans1961 and welcome to the forum,

 


@mpevans1961 wrote:

We are a manufacturer who sells through a variety of online retailers.  I've heard that Google will be making a change to the adwords fee structure and that all searchs will be paid?  I'm wondering where I can find information regarding this change and how it will impact our customers.


There's no minimum spending limit in Adwords till today and this official help center article explains the same. Adwords system is meant for all users ranging from small business owner to a multi-million dollar agency.

I am not sure where you heard that, but that's not the case as if now Smiley Happy

 

Pankaj

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Hi  mpevans1961,

 

I think you are talking about the shift in Google shopping to the product listing ads

 

"we are starting to transition Google Product Search in the U.S. to a purely commercial model built on Product Listing Ads. This new product discovery experience will be called Google Shopping and the transition will be complete this fall."

 

You can read up on the whole thing here.

 

It shouldn't effect you or your retailers badly unless you were getting most of your traffic from Google shopping already. 

 

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Hi @mpevans1961 and welcome to the forum,

 


@mpevans1961 wrote:

We are a manufacturer who sells through a variety of online retailers.  I've heard that Google will be making a change to the adwords fee structure and that all searchs will be paid?  I'm wondering where I can find information regarding this change and how it will impact our customers.


There's no minimum spending limit in Adwords till today and this official help center article explains the same. Adwords system is meant for all users ranging from small business owner to a multi-million dollar agency.

I am not sure where you heard that, but that's not the case as if now Smiley Happy

 

Pankaj

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Hi  mpevans1961,

 

I think you are talking about the shift in Google shopping to the product listing ads

 

"we are starting to transition Google Product Search in the U.S. to a purely commercial model built on Product Listing Ads. This new product discovery experience will be called Google Shopping and the transition will be complete this fall."

 

You can read up on the whole thing here.

 

It shouldn't effect you or your retailers badly unless you were getting most of your traffic from Google shopping already. 

 

Does this help?

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Hi mpevans1961,

 

Are you by chance referring to the changes with products and how they are served in Google's search results; the transition from Product Listings to Google Shopping?  Although this transition has already taken place, it was the only thing I could come up with that related to your question.

 

Is this what you are referring to? http://googlecommerce.blogspot.com/2012/05/building-better-shopping-experience.html

 

-Tom

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