Sponsored Display ads use consumer shopping habits to target your advertised products to the right audience.
Are you looking for a way to:
Amazon Display ads can help you meet all three of these goals and more. You just need to know how they work and how best to use them.
Amazon Display ads have changed the game.
Targeting based on consumer interests means that your Amazon Display ads will be shown to the following type of people:
This narrows your audience down to people who are likely to purchase your product. It also excludes people who aren’t, such as those who’ve recently made a similar purchase.
Display ads on Amazon are the perfect solution if your marketing sponsored display campaign hopes to increase brand awareness and streamline traffic toward your page.
The other two ad types of Amazon advertising campaigns – Sponsored Brand and Sponsored Product – rely on keyword bidding. This places ads on the search engine results page (SERP). On the other hand, Amazon Display ads can be placed anywhere on Amazon – and off of Amazon.
That’s right – Amazon Display ads can be found on sites other than Amazon.com!
Any company that Amazon owns (or that has a partnership with Amazon) can run your Amazon Display campaign ad.
Brand safety tools are used to make sure your ads are placed next to content that’s relevant to your product.
Amazon Display ads can also occupy coveted territory on Amazon itself. In particular, your ad can be featured under competitors’ listings, driving sales away from your top competitors.
Where else can you find Amazon Display ads on Amazon?
They can be spotted on:
Based on your choice of targeting shoppers, your Amazon Display ads can run on both desktop and mobile.
Creating Amazon Display ads can take as little as a few minutes.
Head over to Amazon Seller Central and click “Create Campaign” Select Sponsored Display as the type of campaign you want to create.
Choose which products you want to advertise.
Then choose a campaign name that you can easily recognize (keep in mind that you can’t change this once you submit the campaign).
Amazon recommends the duration of your campaign to be running for at least a month. This will help to get as much as you can out of the results.
You’ll be prompted to choose from a pay-per-click or two pay-per-impression options. Once you’ve decided on one of these, your Amazon Display ad is
Redirects potential shoppers on and off Amazon to your product detail page. However, it can also display similar items that aren’t yours. So while you get maximum exposure for your product, consumers will also be exposed to similar products they haven’t previously browsed for.
This is the advertising model used by Google and Facebook. Users aren’t expecting these ads and tend to click on them much less often.
There are two options under pay-per-impression:
“Searches” will show your ad to consumers who have searched for relevant keywords while “Purchases” will target consumers who have previously purchased your sponsored product.
While retargeting is already available through Amazon’s Demand-side Platform (DSP), Display ads require much less setup and will also appear to people who have never seen your product before.
DSP is a great option if you want to create your own media.
Display ads lets Amazon use your product information (title, image, review) to generate an ad that’ll be shown across their network.
While Amazon DSP offers more customization and control over audience targeting, it also requires a minimum monthly spend, unlike Display ads.
Amazon Display ads are useful for redirecting online shoppers.
The potential shoppers can be on or off Amazon and either:
Your Amazon Display ads are targeted in one of two ways: audience targeting or product targeting. The decision is yours, so let’s go over what each of them involves.
Amazon will show your ads to shoppers who have clicked on your product detail pages or the detail pages of similar products in the past month.
Not only are these shoppers more likely to be interested in purchasing with you, but shoppers who have recently purchased similar products will be excluded.
Audience targeting allows you to re-engage shoppers through Amazon’s extensive third-party network. You can run your ads across desktop, mobile web, and mobile app versions of Amazon – introducing your product to the largest audience possible.
The second targeting option, product targeting, gives you the opportunity to target your own related products, competitors’ related products, or relevant product categories.
Product targeting increases the visibility of your product. It also allows for detailed reporting that will better inform the optimization of your ad campaign.
We’ve gathered a couple of tips to help you maximize the return on your Amazon Display ads.
Make sure your ads are effectively persuading consumers to choose your product over competitors’. You can do this by highlighting how your product overcomes flaws in others’ products.
You might be missing out on potential clicks or impressions if your daily budget is always running out.
Track key metrics to compare your performance against your goals and to optimize your campaign for the best results.
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