Google introduces new line-up: Google Ads, Google Marketing Platform and Google Ad Manager
Google AdWords is now Google Ads, DoubleClick advertiser products, and Google Analytics 360 Suite are now under the brand Google Marketing Platform and DoubleClick for Publishers and DoubleClick Ad Exchange is integrated into a new unified platform called Google Ad Manager.
Google Ads will make it easier for smaller businesses to advertise through Google.
An option called Smart Campaigns will let companies create an ad within minutes through a set form, and set a goal like getting phone calls, sending people to their website or bringing customers to their store.
Sridhar Ramaswamy, Google’s senior vice president for ads, told that advertisers have been befuddled when told that they need to go to Google AdWords to buy ads on YouTube.
Google Ads should serve as an all-encompassing “front door,” he said.
Google Marketing Platform aimed at larger advertisers and media buyers, and will combine advertising technology from DoubleClick, which Google acquired in 2007, and data management from Google Analytics 360 to help companies purchase and track the effectiveness of their ads. Google Marketing Platform will roll out later this month.
Google Ad Manager
a product to help publishers manage spaces on their sites available for advertising, otherwise known as ad inventory.
Meanwhile, smaller websites will continue to use AdSense, which lets advertisers place small ads on their sites, and mobile app developers will continue to use AdMob, which lets them earn money from mobile ads in their apps.
“These new brands reflect all of the ways that we help advertisers connect with consumers and make it easier for advertisers and publishers to choose which products are right for their businesses,” said Sridhar Ramaswamy, the company’s senior vice president of ads and commerce.
“As the opportunity to engage consumers has grown and become more complex, we are simplifying our products for advertisers and publishers of all sizes so they can more easily reach consumers anywhere, at any moment and on any channel,” he added.
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