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Shopping Campaign products not showing after changing bid strategy?

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I changed my bid strategy yesterday, from manual CPC to ECPC. Now none of my products are showing when I search terms that used to display in the SERPs. I looked at my merchant center feed and all of my products are showing as active. Can anybody expain to me what is happening as I am loosing money. 

 

Thanks. 

 

-Simon.

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Hi Simon.
Sorry to hear that you're having difficulty.

Can you tell me why you switched to ECPC? What modifiers did you want to use and what modifiers did you actually set in your bidding strategy setup?

If you switch back, does your impressions go back to where they were approximately?

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Hi Simon.
Sorry to hear that you're having difficulty.

Can you tell me why you switched to ECPC? What modifiers did you want to use and what modifiers did you actually set in your bidding strategy setup?

If you switch back, does your impressions go back to where they were approximately?

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I haven't tried switching it back, I changed so that I could get more conversions instead of me having to keep tweaking CPCs.

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Found the solution, It was with a teak in the ad scheduling.