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Using Dynamic Display Ads To Remarket

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Hey guys.

 

Here's what I want to do. For example my client sells cars. What is the easiest way to create dynamicly created display ads based on each car's listing.

 

We want to set up remarketing list's for people who have visited the listing. Then serve them dynamically generated display ads including a picture and text.

 

A solution I sort of got into / was wondering if it was possible was to utilize a google merchant account. Add each car as a product, and then create dynamic display ads through this method.

 

Is there an easier or better way to do this?

 

Any input is greatly appreciated. 

 

Thanks.

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Re: Using Dynamic Display Ads To Remarket

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the merchant-center prohibits vehicles so

dynamic-remarketing is not an option for cars.

 

other remarketing types require 100 or 1000 cookie (ids)

before showing ads to a remarketing list -- so, if adwords

is currently being used then generating lists based on

keyword performance may be an alternative strategy.

https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2453998

 

 

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Ok it's actually houses, cars was an example. Smiley Tongue

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unfortunately, houses are also not allowed --
https://support.google.com/merchants/#topic=3404779

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Ok. So what is the most efficient way to create image ads for the houses? Manually? Is there some sort of third party image ad creator that can help to make the process more efficient?