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Microsoft Advertising is introducing a new feature that will allow advertisers to automatically import conversion data from their Google Ads accounts. This update aims to streamline the advertising process, making it more efficient for users who manage campaigns on both platforms. Microsoft has started notifying some of its advertisers about this change through an email.

Takeaways 🚀
âś…Automatic conversion goals import initiated
âś…Streamlined Google and Microsoft workflows
âś…Encouraged UET tag setup required
âś…Maintains existing bid strategies seamlessly
âś…Opt-out option available anytime

Key Benefits of Automatic Import

The main advantage of this new feature is the seamless integration between Google Ads and Microsoft Advertising. By importing conversion goals from Google Ads, advertisers can optimize their Microsoft Advertising campaigns using the same data. This helps in maintaining consistency across platforms and ensures that advertisers can accomplish more with less effort.

What to Expect

  1. Automatic Import of Conversion Goals: Once an advertiser runs an import—whether it’s scheduled or manual—Microsoft Advertising will start importing conversion goals by default. This means advertisers do not need to take any additional actions to benefit from this feature.
  2. Universal Event Tracking (UET): Advertisers are encouraged to set up a Universal Event Tracking (UET) tag with Google Tag Manager if they haven’t already. This setup ensures that the new conversion goals are fully configured and can receive conversion events accurately.
  3. Maintaining Bid Strategies: For campaigns that use a conversion value-based bid strategy such as Max Conversions, Microsoft Advertising will continue to use the same strategy and optimize those campaigns based on the newly imported conversions.
  4. Opt-Out Option: If advertisers prefer not to import conversion goals, they can uncheck the ‘Import conversion goal’ setting during the ‘Customize your import settings’ step of the import process.

Impact on Advertisers

This feature is expected to significantly reduce the workload for marketers who manage both Google Ads and Microsoft Advertising campaigns. By syncing conversion data across both platforms, advertisers can achieve better optimization and performance without the need to manually transfer data between systems.

Steps to Take

To ensure a smooth transition and optimal use of this new feature, advertisers should:

  • Set up a UET tag with Google Tag Manager to ensure conversion goals are properly configured.
  • Review their import settings to confirm whether they want to include conversion goals.
  • Contact their account manager or support team if they have any questions or concerns about this change.

Microsoft Advertising’s new feature to automatically import Google Ads conversion data represents a significant improvement in the integration of these two major advertising platforms. By simplifying the workflow and allowing for more effective campaign optimization, this update is poised to benefit advertisers by saving time and enhancing the performance of their ad campaigns.

Resources 🚀
âś…Microsoft Expands Maximum Conversion Value to All Shopping and Search Campaigns – Link
âś…What gets imported from Google Ads – Link

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