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From Edgy Labs:
Following Google’s move earlier this year which saw the search engine giant dropping many of its advertising brands, Amazon has retired three of its ad services and products as well. In an announcement made last week, Amazon SVP Paul Kotas proudly introduced the all-new Amazon Advertising department.
In an effort to make the life of advertisers a whole lot easier, Kotas announced that they would be retiring three of the company’s most popular marketing platforms: Amazon Media Group (AMG), Amazon Marketing Services (AMS), and Amazon Advertising Platform (AAP).
We’ve unified our product offerings under the name ‘Amazon Advertising.’ This is another step towards our goal of providing advertising solutions that are simple and intuitive for the hundreds of thousands of advertisers who use our products to help grow their business.
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Amazon Advertising is not a new marketing service. Instead, it is a new brand that will unify the three legacy Amazon brand names- AMG, AMS, and AAP – as the company starts phasing them out in the next couple of months.
Under Amazon Advertising, the company hopes to eliminate the confusion caused by the number of ad products and platforms they have built these past years as the digital marketing space flourished. Apparently, these multiple marketing services and products have left some marketers and business owners baffled on what product to use.
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With the new Amazon Advertising platform, marketers and website owners who wish to grow their businesses can take advantage of the benefits offered by AMG, AMS, and AAP under one ad product. These services include the display and video services, sellers ads, and programmable solutions.
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If you’re still confused about what ad and marketing products the Amazon Advertising will offer, here’s a simplified portfolio of their services.
- Sponsored Products and Sponsored Brands that will enable advertisers and marketers to promote their products or brand by making it easier for customers to search and purchase products in Amazon.
- Display ads will help advertisers reach relevant audiences on Amazon, third-party sites, and apps with the aid of customizable brand or e-commerce creatives and actionable insights. This will enable advertisers to optimize their ads further to achieve various objectives. The Product Display Ads will also be available to advertisers that sell products on Amazon, helping them drive traffic to their product detail pages.
- Video ads will allow advertisers to narrate their brand story and get better customer engagements in brand-safe environments through trusted channels like Amazon and IMDb, on exclusive Amazon devices such as Fire TV or Fire tablet, and across third-party sites and apps.
- Stores enable vendors and sellers to develop their own website that will have its own branded URL on Amazon. With a Store, vendors and sellers will be able to showcase a brand story and product portfolio in a curated customer destination.
- Measurement solutions which include campaign reporting, retail insights, and third-party reporting, will help businesses understand advertising’s impact on shopper behavior—whether they run on Amazon or third-party sites and apps—so they can optimize marketing strategies to achieve results.
- Amazon DSP is a demand-side platform that allows advertisers to programmatically reach their audiences both on Amazon sites and apps as well as through direct publisher relationships and third-party exchanges. Advertisers can manage, optimize, and report on their programmatic display and video campaigns through the Amazon DSP console.
Despite becoming America’s second $1 trillion company, Amazon’s marketing and advertising division still lag behind its two direct competitors: Google and Facebook Ads.
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1 thought on “Amazon is bringing together all its ad products under one brand: Amazon Advertising.”
“Despite becoming America’s second $1 trillion company, Amazon’s marketing and advertising division still lag behind its two direct competitors: Google and Facebook Ads.”
And if Jeff is half as bright as he’s been so far he’ll keep lagging behind them. Too many unwanted/unneeded ads make crazy people like me look/go elsewhere.
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