This Week In Retail Search 9/3/2014

By Tinuiti Team

Retail Search Recap 9/3/2014

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Google News:

Below are the top stories in Google related news this week.

Search Engine Land: Google Allows Store-Exclusive “Nearby” Product Listing Ads On Desktop

Since last fall, retailers have had the ability to advertise locally available products on Product Listing Ads. Initially, Google limited in-store item promotions to mobile devices. Google has unofficially announced this feature will be extended to desktop users to promote in-store items across all devices.

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Mobile News:

Below are the top stories in mobile related news this week.

Tech Crunch: Facebook Tests Searching By Keyword In Mobile Apps

Last week, Facebook quietly rolled out an update to search for select mobile users. The new search feature enables mobile users to search for posts based on keywords.

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Retail News:

Below are the top stories in retail related news this week.

Feed Visor: Google and Barnes & Noble Partner To Battle Amazon

Google has joined forces with Barnes & Noble to offer same-day delivery using Google Shopping Express. Same-day delivery is free for Google Shopping Express subscribers and costs $4.99 per delivery for non-subscribers.

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Digital Marketing News:

Below are the top stories in digital marketing related news this week.

Search Engine Land: DoubleClick Search Announce New Google Shopping Tools

Last week, DoubleClick Search released three new reporting and optimization tools business using the DoubleClick Commerce Suite. The new tools are designed to help retailers with Google Shopping Campaigns which take effect on August 31st.

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Stay tuned for next week’s report on retail search!

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