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Getting Shopping Campaigns Estimates

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Like Google Keyword Planner, where we can check an estimate of keywords, ad impression, cost, avg CPC, for related keywords before creating a search campaign.


Is it possible to get same data estimates before (or as soon as ) creating Shopping campaign.


(Sorry, if i am posting in wrong discussing category.)


Thanks in Advance

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benchmark data and the bid simulator can be
used to garner similar competitive information --

the feed specifications are used to submit
relevant data about physical for-sale items
and (product-listing) ads surface based on
this data.


shopping-campaigns do not use keywords.

submitting keyword spam or submitting
irrelevant information about a product
violates the current policies and is grounds
for lower quality, disapproval, or suspension
from the program, at any time.

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Thanks for reply.

But as per my knowledge benchmark data and the bid simulator able to provide estimates only once you have setup your shopping Campaign and successfully running them for atleast 7 days.

And my clients wants these stats before going for Shopping Campaigns. So how can i get those stats.

Re: Getting Shopping Campaigns Estimates

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first, you're welcome..

generally, the data submitted should
be accurate and relevant information
about the physical item, not keywords.

since product-listing-ads do not use keywords,
there is no exact corresponding planner-tool
for product-listing-ads.

entering the physical product into the
keyword-planner might give some very
rough estimates -- but likely nothing
that would be statistically significant
with respect to product-listing-ads.