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hotels in digha - Google Search 2014-07-05 10-49-42.pngHi All,
 
I'm new to Adwords. I have a question about shopping campaigns, please help me.
 
Please check the red highlighted area in the attached snapshot. I am running a search campaign for hotel related keywords. While searching for my keywords I found "Sponsored Ads from Google" in this format. So I just wanted to know that whether these are Product Listing Ads or something else.
 
If these are Product Listing Ads, then how can I run it for my hotel site? Where, my site doesn't deals in direct booking for hotel rooms through the website.
 
Please Help.
 
Thanks,
Sonu M.
 

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Hi Sonu,

 

It looks like a feature with Google Hotel Finder. As far as I remember, it isn't directly related to AdWords.

 

I would encourage you to read this help center reference about Google Hotel Finder for more insights: https://support.google.com/hotelfinder/?hl=en

 

I think you should try posting this over Place forum also for better insights. Here is the link to that forum: https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!forum/business

 

Pankaj

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Hi Sonu,

Where's the screenshot?

Pankaj

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Hi Pankaj,

I m really very sorry... I forgot to attach the snapshot. Please check now... Smiley Happy

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those are other forms of sponsored information other than product-listing-ads.

those are not product-listing-ads.

product-listing-ads are mainly for physical goods --
on-hand physical inventory that can be shipped --
and does not allow any real estate or immovable
object or service that cannot be physically shipped
and delivered to a buyer.
https://support.google.com/merchants#topic=3404779

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Thanks for your kind response Celebird, Well then what is this?? Can you help me regarding this? My client's requesting me to run ads in this format and I'm totally clueless. Please at least give some information on it.

 

Thanks,

Sonu M.

 

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Hi Sonu,

 

It looks like a feature with Google Hotel Finder. As far as I remember, it isn't directly related to AdWords.

 

I would encourage you to read this help center reference about Google Hotel Finder for more insights: https://support.google.com/hotelfinder/?hl=en

 

I think you should try posting this over Place forum also for better insights. Here is the link to that forum: https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!forum/business

 

Pankaj

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it is right

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