A single branch of Simpson Shoes has been operating since 1917. A new marketing team member suggested they look into Local Inventory ads. The owner, Bert Simpson, is concerned about where potential customers might see the ad. Where would the Simpson Shoes Local Inventory ad appear?

On a billboard anywhere in North America. In Google search from a device within 30 miles (48 km) of the Simpson Shoes location. In a Google search from a device anywhere in North America. On a billboard within 30 miles (48 km) of the Simpson Shoes location.

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Anne sells homemade artisan soaps. She just brought her brick-and-mortar store online, and she’s considering running a Local Inventory ad with Google. How could a Local Inventory ad help Anne expand her business?

By placing billboards in neighborhoods likely to have many artisan soap lovers. By recruiting existing customers as spokespeople to drive awareness of her store locations. By attracting potential customers who usually search for artisan soaps. By motivating potential customers to spend more for her high-quality soaps and driving awareness of her store locations.

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Angelo owns a bookstore and has been running a Google Shopping campaign for several months. He needs to monitor how different books are performing. How can Angelo get the information he needs?

Angelo can add new product groups and arrange them to show how many clicks a specific book received. Angelo can see how many clicks a specific book received by filtering his products view. Angelo can use benchmarking data to isolate each book’s sales. Angelo can use impression-share data to find the number of clicks on each book’s […]

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Brenda designs bespoke furniture, and just finalized her first Showcase Shopping ad. She wants to show the ad to her family. How can Brenda find her Showcase Shopping ad?

It will rotate with other ads, so it may be seen randomly in the sidebar after any Google search. It’s placed for impact, so it will be found in the first- and last-third of a YouTube video about furniture. It promotes brand awareness, so it will appear at the top of search results after a Google search […]

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BetsysBookBar is a book store and cafe that’s had a brick-and-mortar location for years. They’re looking at ways to move into online marketing, and want to optimize their experience with Google ads. What are two options for using Local Inventory ads that are available to BetsysBookBar? (Choose two.)

Use a Google-hosted local storefront. Use a Bing-hosted local storefront. Select an online ad from a similar business and recreate it. Upload a product list from an Excel spreadsheet. Create a customized merchant-hosted local storefront.

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Boards by Ben is a surf shop that’s always used a Google-hosted storefront. They’re looking at ways to bring shoppers into their store with Local Inventory ads. What’s one benefit Boards by Ben can access by using a Local Inventory ad?.

The ability to show his products and store information to shoppers who are within 30 miles (48 km) of their store and searching on Google. The ability to show their products and store information to shoppers who are within the standard 60-mile (97 km) radius The ability to start a customer’s journey in-store via a hard-copy local inventory list, provide a […]

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Ben sells homemade artisan soaps at a mall kiosk called Fresh Soaps. He’s considering running a Local Inventory ad with Google. What unique type of information would Ben’s Local Inventory ad show?

Brick-and-mortar location Product origination In-store coupon codes Local consumer ratings

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