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    Google releases new hotel promotion feature

    Posted on March 31, 2021

    Last week, search giant Google announced the global release of a new advertising feature for hotels called ‘property promotion ads’.

    In the announcement, the search engine explained that this new ad format will help advertisers to be seen by people who haven’t decided on the hotel they would like to stay at in a particular area. Google explained that the existing standard hotel booking ads are designed to target users who have already selected their hotel, while the new property promotion ads are designed to allow hotels to influence the decisions of searchers.

    As these ads will feature prominently in results for queries on geographical locations, hotels will be able to target searches related to their specific locations. The ads are also displayed in Google Maps, and Google has revealed that it’s also experimenting with placing them in other areas.

    The following example was given of what these ads look like on both desktop and mobile:


    Before its worldwide launch, Google piloted the new ads, and Koddi, a travel management company, was one of the testers. A spokesperson for the company said that the new ads have increased the visibility of the hotels featured in them, and they helped to create awareness in markets where the hotels may not have typically ranked high in search results.

    Previously, the ability to run property promotion ads was only possible through a whitelist, but now, hotels will now be able to bid on these ads through Google Ads itself. They are available via an ad group type in the Hotel Campaign section of Google Ads, and all active advertisers for hotel campaigns will be eligible to make use of the new ads.

    These new property promotion ads are yet another way of reaching people online via advertising. If you’d like to start advertising your business on the web, contact our team at Engage Web to find out how we can help.

    Posted by Emily Jones

    February sees online retail record smashed yet again

    Posted on March 30, 2021

    Last month, a new record was set for the proportion of UK retail spending taking place online, beating a (more…)

    Posted by John Murray

    Twitter tests new emoji reactions

    Posted on March 29, 2021

    Twitter is considering implementing a change that will have a significant effect on how users engage with content – the addition of (more…)

    Posted by Emily Jones

    How does Google treat hyphens?

    Posted on March 26, 2021

    How to use hyphens in words is a contentious issue, with many writers disagreeing about how and when they should be (more…)

    Posted by John Murray

    Could Facebook’s latest move take down TikTok?

    Posted on March 25, 2021

    Social media giant Facebook has announced that it will be testing out the ability to share its Instagram Reels to (more…)

    Posted by Emily Jones

    Are we too reliant on bullet points?

    Posted on March 24, 2021

    When writing an article that contains a lot of information the reader needs to digest, it can be tempting to condense this into bullet-pointed lists, but does this help, or is it just a lazy way of (more…)

    Posted by John Murray

    Three shocking social media scheduling blunders

    Posted on March 23, 2021

    Last week saw Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Joe Hart compound the misery of his team’s dismal exit from European football with a seemingly oblivious Instagram post, which he explained as an error from his (more…)

    Posted by John Murray

    Facebook releases new ways to earn money with video

    Posted on March 22, 2021

    Facebook is introducing new updates to help those who create video content earn more money through the (more…)

    Posted by Emily Jones
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