Google Shopping Transition Completes On June 11th - DoubleClick Display Benchmarks Tool

On June 11th, Google Shopping completes the transition to a commercial model, that help retailers connect the right products with customers around the world, increase clicks to sites, convert more shoppers into buyers. DoubleClick Display Benchmarks Tool.

Google on June 11th, will complete the transition to "Google Shopping" in the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Japan, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Brazil, Australia, Switzerland and the Czech Republic--notes that it has seen rapid adoption of Google Shopping by the global retail community.

"Over 1 billion products are now being promoted globally on Google Shopping, largely driven by a 300% year-on-year growth in participating sellers (including many aggregators and marketplaces)," Google stated adding, "a growth for 20% in traffic to retailers over the past year was also noted."

"When the transition is complete, free product listings will no longer appear on Google Shopping," Google said.

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In other news, a new Display Benchmarks Tool for DoubleClick Advertisers launches today, is an easy-to-use webpage that lets you pull benchmarks to help you make better decisions about your campaigns.

The Display Benchmark Tool on the Rich Media Gallery offers up-to-date industry benchmarks for rich media metrics by region, vertical, ad size and ad format.

"Whether you're after comparisons by country, industry vertical, ad size or ad format, our tool offers up-to-date benchmarks across 10 key display metrics, such as interaction rate and time, expansion rate and video completions," writes DA team.

DoubleClick Display Benchmarks Tool

Here's a quick demo of how to pull the benchmarks: