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2. 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?
3. A single branch of Simpson Shoes has been operating since 1917. As they consider moving into online marketing, the owner, Bert Simpson, wants to focus on a specific, potential customer type. Which potential customer would benefit from Simpson Shoes running a Local Inventory ad?
4. A single branch of Simpson Shoes has been operating since 1917. They recently ran their first online ad and after its launch the owner wanted to see the ad online. Where should the owner search to find his Local Inventory ad?
5. Aaron’s been running Shopping ads for some time, and he’s interested in experimenting with ways to improve sales performance by using additional features. Which benefit might he obtain by using Merchant Promotions?
7. Alice owns a business selling a range of backpacks for business users and worldwide travelers. She spends most of her time managing stock levels, staff, and her company’s finances, so she’s worried that running Google Ads might be too time-consuming. How do Smart Shopping campaigns simplify campaign management?
10. 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?
12. Ben is currently managing a campaign that has a total investment of $7,000, generates 1,400 conversions, and has a CPA (cost-per-acquisition) of $5. Ben needs to sell excess inventory. To meet this goal, he’s willing to increase his CPA and campaign investment. Which of the following plans, built in the Performance Planner, will assist Ben in achieving his marketing goal of selling excess inventory?
13. 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?
15. 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.)
16. 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?.
17. Books by Brock is a used bookstore that’s always used text ads. They’re looking at ways to optimize their experience with Google ads, and considering Local Inventory ads. What’s a unique feature of Local Inventory ads that can benefit Books by Brock?
19. Carey’s used Google Ads for some time, but he recently found he doesn’t have time to manage multiple campaigns effectively. How can Smart Shopping campaigns reduce Carey’s Ads management workload?
20. Carrie owns a boutique shop that sells decorative, handmade pottery. She’s choosing an online ad campaign to allow a seamless shopping experience for her potential customers. What’s one benefit that Shopping campaign ads offer Carrie?
21. Cheryl is the owner of HomeThings, a shop that sells home goods. You, as her marketing intern, are describing the various Google Ad offerings. What’s an accurate description of Local Catalog ads you could give Cheryl?
22. Chris is the marketing director for Keys & Strings, a company that makes custom pianos. Keys & Strings sells pianos through their website. Chris decides to use a Showcase Shopping ad to advertise his brand of pianos. Who’s Chris trying to reach with his Showcase Shopping ad?
23. 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?
24. Courtney’s online campaigns have produced plenty of clicks, but not as many sales as she expected. How can Shopping ads help make sure the clicks the ads receive come from customers more interested in her products?
25. Dante is the owner of HomeThings, a shop that sells home goods. He just launched a Local Catalog ad campaign. Where are two places a consumer might encounter Dante’s Local Catalog ad? (Choose two.)
26. Gemma wants to promote her online handbag business to a wide audience. But she’s busy creating handbags for her clients, and has little time to manage the specifics of an advertising campaign. How can Smart Shopping campaigns help her achieve this?
27. George wants to advertise online, but his profit margins are tight. He’s worried the spend won’t provide the income he needs. How can Smart Shopping campaigns help George get the results he needs?
28. Gina owns a woodworking shop that makes custom cabinets. She uploads data to her Google Merchant Center to help create ads from her inventory. What data does a Shopping campaign use from her Merchant Center feed to place Gina’s ads?
31. Google Ads was constructed around three core principles, focused on helping businesses reach their online potential. The first of these is relevance. Google Ads connects businesses with the right people at the right time. Upon which other principles was Google Ads built?
32. Google Ads was designed to deliver three things to every advertiser: relevance, control, and results. It provides relevance by connecting advertisers with the right people at the right time. It provides results by charging only when you get a click. How does Google Ads provide control?
34. Greg owns a company, Keys & Strings, that makes custom pianos. Keys & Strings sells their pianos through their website. Greg would like to increase sales of his brand of pianos. Why would Greg use a Showcase Shopping ad?
52. Isabella owns a bookstore and has been running a Google Shopping campaign for several months. She’d like to identify growth opportunities in her business. How can the reporting feature in Google Shopping ads help Isabella get the information she needs?
53. Jasmine is the director of marketing for a chain of clothing stores. She has been given a set budget and needs to drive as many potential customers to her website as possible. Which automated bidding strategy should she use in her campaign?
54. Joan sells fashion watches online, and she’s had great success with Google Shopping campaigns. Now, she’d like her business to do even better! How can Shopping ads make Joan’s Shopping ads even more profitable?
56. Jonah’s Surf Shop has been running Google ads for years, and now they’re interested in introducing a new type of online ad. Which potential customer could Jonah reach by running Local Inventory ads?
57. Kathi, the owner of Klothes for Kats, is excited about the launch of her first Local Catalog ad. She remembers there are a few different views within the ad type. Which view will Kathi’s potential customers be able to browse on her new Local Catalog ad?
59. Lance has been running Local Inventory ads to promote his antique toy shop. He’s considering running additional ad campaigns with Google. What’s an easy next step Lance can take to expand his brand’s reach?
60. Lance, the owner of a long-standing antique toy shop, hears the youngsters in his shop talk about how effective the Display ad from Toys by Tammy was. He becomes interested in accessing the Google Display Network (GDN). What’s one way Lance could use the GDN?
63. Marisol manages the online advertising campaigns for a chain of toy stores with both a physical and an online presence. Which Google Ads campaign should Marisol use to show images of her products, advertise her company’s online and local inventory of toys, and boost traffic to their website and local toy stores?
65. Mary is tasked with designing an advertising campaign for her company’s an online pet food store and app, and is exploring different campaign options. Which campaign types are available to her in Google Ads?
66. Mary owns an automotive parts store, and wants to differentiate her brand. She’s considering launching new ads with Google to influence automotive shoppers at the start of their purchasing journey. If Mary went with Showcase Shopping ads, where would her customers see the ads? (Choose two.)
67. 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?
68. Molly wants to clear her remaining stock in preparation for ordering a new line of products to sell. As a result, she’s willing to increase her CPA (cost-per-acquisition) and investment, as long as it means generating more sales. Her current campaign has a total investment of $25,500, generates 1,500 conversions, and has a CPA of $17. Which plan, built in the Performance Planner, will help Molly with her marketing goal to generate more sales?
69. OfficeKing is a well-established business that’s been running print ads for their office-supply store for years. Their CEO, Xin, is exploring the possibility of expanding into online advertising. He asks you to provide a comparison of traditional print ads and Local Catalog ads. What’s one distinguishing feature of Local Catalog ads?
71. OfficePlus is a well-established business that’s been running print ads for their office-supply store for years. You’ve been asked to present Local Catalog ads as a potential solution for their consideration. What’s one way Local Catalog ads would benefit OfficePlus?
72. Peggy owns a house cleaning service. She built a booking website and is ready to promote her services online. She wants her ads to reach people actively looking for businesses similar to hers. Which Google Ads campaign should Peggy use to make sure potential customers consider her services and take action by booking house cleanings?
73. Peter has a new online store selling electric bikes and spares. He wants to promote his business, but with a simple solution that provides a wide reach for his products. How can Smart Shopping campaigns help Peter with his sales?
74. Priya only has $500 a month to spend on her campaign, but she needs to drive as many potential customers as possible to her website. Which type of automated bidding strategy would be best for Priya’s campaign?
75. Rashid wants to raise awareness of his brand and build campaigns focused on branded terms. He does not have much time to devote to daily bid management, so he decided to use automated bidding to lighten his workload. Which automated bidding strategy should Rashid consider using?
76. Rebecca is a marketing executive at an airline company. She has been asked to plan her company’s online advertising budget on a monthly basis. She’s chosen Google Ads’ Performance Planner to help accomplish this task. What are two advantages Performance Planner offers Rebecca? (Choose two.)
77. Rhonda sells homemade artisan soaps. She just opened her first brick-and-mortar shop, Soaps by Rhonda, and she’s considering running a Local Inventory ad with Google. What does Rhonda need to run a successful Local Inventory ad?
78. Samira recently opened an online potted plant store and needs to promote it. She has chosen Google Ads because it offers advertisers different campaign types that determine where ads will appear and in what format they will display when viewed. What Google campaign type will help her reach her most valuable audiences?
79. Sherman wants to be sure potential customers on mobile devices will see his Shopping ads, especially if their screens are small. In which position(s) on a search results page will Sherman’s Shopping campaign ads appear on mobile devices?
82. Susan is the marketing director for a chain of bakeries that make artisan bread. She chose a Showcase Shopping ad to promote her company’s brand. What will Susan need to create a successful Showcase Shopping ad?
83. Susan is the marketing director for a chain of bakeries that make artisan bread. She recently did a photoshoot of the company’s line of breads, and is looking for an online advertising solution to promote their brand. Why are Showcase Shopping ads the right choice for Susan?
84. Susan is the marketing director for a chain of bakeries that make artisan bread. She’s looking for an online advertising strategy to raise the bakery chain’s presence in their market. How can a Showcase Shopping ad help Susan promote her brand?
88. Tom wants a way to automatically create ads and simplify campaign management, using his resources and Google’s machine learning to create a variety of ads that will be displayed across networks. Which of Tom’s resources are needed to accomplish his aims as part of his Smart Shopping campaign?
89. Trevor owns a manufacturing business that makes specialized hiking and rock climbing gear. He is a very small player in the market, but he is ready to scale up his business. Which Google Ads campaign type should Trevor use to increase his brand’s exposure and reach audiences with interests in hiking and rock climbing across the web?
92. Viktor’s been tracking the conversions in his Display campaign for the last 30 days. He’s had 24 conversions over that time, and plans to use target return on ad spend (ROAS) as his automated bidding strategy. Which type of automated bidding strategy will Viktor be using?
93. Wade’s the owner of HomeThings, a shop that sells home cash-and-carry goods. He says he’s interested in expanding his marketing reach. You suggest running a Local Catalog ad. What’s an accurate description of Local Catalog ads you could give Wade?