We offer two types of Amazon Paid Advertising – PPC and Display (via DSP)
When you’re serious about maximising your sales on Amazon, paid advertising is the best way to get your products in front of potential customers. A few years ago, an organic search may have been enough, but now the marketplace is crowded, and competition is fierce. Every year our clients spend over £1m on Amazon advertising.
Traditional Amazon PPC Advertising
Traditional Amazon advertising includes Sponsored Products, Sponsored Brands, Display Ads and Video Ads. Unlike Google display or PPC ads, no copy is required for Amazon Sponsored Brand or Sponsored Product ads. Amazon creates a native-looking ad from your title and image.
Fixed Price or Pay Per Click
The ad can be bought to give you a guaranteed number of impressions at a fixed price or Pay Per Click, an auction-based model in which you agree a price only pay when a shopper is sufficiently interested in your product or brand to click on the sponsored ad.
Seller Central or Vendor Central
If you are on Seller Central, you can buy ads on Amazon, IMDb and other sites owned by Amazon.
Or if you are on Vendor Central, you can also target your audience on third party sites.
Amazon is the largest marketplace in the World and has grown by over 50% in the UK alone this year. If consumers are going to Amazon to find and buy their products, it makes sense to increase your visibility in this marketplace. Optimizon can help you achieve higher returns on investment via Amazon Ads.
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Optimizon is an Amazon preferred advertising agency and the entire Optimizon team is certified in Sponsored Adverting, Planning and Strategy and the DSP.
A well-structured ad campaign with well-optimised listings is now the most effective way to achieve top sales on Amazon. If your advertising isn’t helping you reach your business goals, get in touch now to find out how our teams can help.
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