Maureen’s company sells first-aid kits for use in everyday situations. Because kits come in many sizes, with many features, and at many price points, Maureen finds it difficult to differentiate her company’s offerings from those of other vendors. Worse, potential customers may find it hard to compare search results for her products and prices with those of other vendors. How can Shopping ads address these concerns?

Maureen’s Shopping ads will only show a photo, price, title, store name, and product details. Customers can know at a glance if her kits fit their needs and budget.

Today, customers demand more from store owners with virtual storefronts. They want to know that the products they’re looking for are in-stock before they make a trip to a physical location. How can Google Shopping’s Local Inventory Ads help store owners meet this demand?

Google Shopping’s Local Inventory Ads help store owners meet his demand of letting customer know about in-stock product before they make a trip to a physical location. Local inventory ads lets local shoppers know that the store has the items they’re looking for.

Chris is the marketing director for Keys & Strings, a company that makes custom pianos. Keys & Strings sells their pianos through their website, and has a small but loyal customer base. Chris is tasked with increasing the size of Keys & Strings’ customer base. Why is a Showcase Shopping ad the right choice for Chris?

A Showcase Shopping ad the right choice for Chris it shows products early in the search process, to help customers discover your brand while customers are looking for what to buy.