Do you know the new audiences of Google Adwords (Google Ads)? Can you imagine being able to segment similarly to Facebook Ads? With the audiences of Google Adwords we can achieve audience segmentation beyond keywords (or keywords), which will help us not only in remarketing, but also in adapting the ads to the most specific audience, improving our CPC, etc.
With the arrival of the new Google Adwords 2019 experience, the “public” section has not only become known as audiences, but has been improved and expanded in founder email list.
The audiences seem more interesting for campaigns on YouTube or Display, but in the coming weeks I will do a test with the Universal App Campaigns (UAC) to see if they help me improve my target CPA. I’ll tell you 😉
What are the Adwords or Google Ads audiences?
Adwords or Google Ads audiences are a way of segmenting campaigns, which helps complement the mix of a campaign (structure, keywords, negative words, ads, …). We can use hearings to expand the reach of campaigns or to limit it (audience exclusions).
Segmentation with Keywords + AUDIENCE
It is important to have data that allows us to convert information into knowledge that we can transfer to the audience. If we do not know our audience, we will not get good results. Intuition is not scientific.
Why use the hearings?
For my audiences they are a complement to the keywords of a campaign. It will depend on our objective and the knowledge about our audience to use them or not.
Remarketing: It is the most basic part and used in the old Adwords or Google Ads. For example, it will allow us to impact people who have interacted with our website, app or who have seen a certain video.
Segmentation: Useful to reach people with certain interests, attitude of purchase or lifestyle.
Customization of announcements: Every brand, company or app, has audiences with different characteristics (sex, age, …) which forces us to communicate differently to improve CTR results and therefore of objective CPA.
Segmentation or observation
Within the hearings we have two configuration options:
Segmentation: It is the traditional segmentation. The campaigns will be oriented to the public that we have selected, which will allow us to fine-tune to reach potential customers.
Observation: It is an option that DOES NOT limit the scope of the ads to a single segmentation, but it allows us to monitor the performance and personalize the bids according to our objective.
Where do you get Adwords data?
Adwords will obtain the data to create audiences of its own technology or to list that we upload from our own database. Everything depends on the objective of our audience.
We can create lists based on visitors to the website, use of an app, list of clients, etc.