Campañas de máximo rendimiento

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Las campañas de máximo rendimiento ofrecen a los minoristas la oportunidad de publicarse en inventario nuevo, lo que amplía los objetivos de alcance y cumplimiento. Algunos de estos avances nuevos requieren elementos adicionales (como texto, imagen o video) para que se puedan publicar en formatos y superficies nuevos, como texto, Descubre, anuncios in-stream de YouTube y Display.

Además, si los minoristas tienen estadísticas únicas sobre qué segmentos de usuarios tienen más probabilidades de generar conversiones, ahora pueden usar los indicadores de público para informarle a Google.

Las campañas de máximo rendimiento ofrecen las siguientes mejoras en comparación con las campañas de Shopping estándares:

  • Orientación por idioma según el feed de Merchant Center o los criterios de la campaña
  • Expansión de la URL final
  • Orientación a tienda: Todas las tiendas se segmentan cuando se selecciona el objetivo Visita a tienda
  • Capacidad de establecer objetivos de conversión por cliente o por campaña
  • Inventario adicional

Si desea utilizar las campañas de máximo rendimiento para la venta minorista, la cuenta de Google Ads debe estar vinculada a una cuenta existente de Merchant Center. Siga las instrucciones que se indican en Cómo vincular sus cuentas de Merchant Center y Google Ads si no vinculó sus cuentas anteriormente.

Cuando se vincula a Merchant Center, se generan elementos automáticamente para la campaña, pero el alcance y el rendimiento serán limitados. Agregar un grupo de elementos habilita los canales de Shopping y remarketing dinámico, y establecer la expansión de URL habilita los anuncios dinámicos de búsqueda. En general, mientras más elementos proporcione, más formatos de anuncios podrá crear el sistema para orientarse a inventario adicional.

Cree una campaña minorista de máximo rendimiento

Al igual que otras campañas de Shopping, configura los campos de ShoppingSetting de la campaña.

Obligatoria

merchant_id
El ID de Merchant Center de la cuenta que contiene los productos que se anunciarán.
feed_label

Una string que se usa para la etiqueta del feed, como se define en su cuenta de Merchant Center. Si se usa en lugar de sales_country heredado, el campo feed_label acepta códigos de país en el mismo formato.

sales_country es el país de venta objetivo de los productos que se incluye en esta campaña como un código de país de dos letras (XX). Este campo nunca se puede modificar, pero se puede borrar si estableces el feed_label en la misma operación.

Solo se puede establecer uno de feed_label o sales_country.

Ten en cuenta que enviar un código de país en un feed_label no habilita automáticamente la publicación de anuncios en ese país; primero debes configurar la segmentación geográfica.

Opcional

campaign_priority
La prioridad de la campaña de Shopping Las campañas con prioridades numéricamente más altas tienen prioridad sobre aquellas con prioridades más bajas.
enable_local

La opción para habilitar anuncios de productos que se venden en tiendas locales para esta campaña.

Si hay inventarios locales, estos están activados de forma predeterminada. Esto se puede filtrar mediante grupos de fichas.

language

Puede seleccionar varios idiomas para mostrar sus anuncios a conjuntos específicos de clientes.

Objetivos de conversión

Cuando se migra desde las campañas de Shopping inteligentes, todos los objetivos de conversión a nivel de la campaña se comportan de la misma manera, excepto las visitas a tienda.

Para anular los objetivos de conversión a nivel del cliente, actualice los objetivos de conversión a nivel de la campaña como se ilustra en este ejemplo:

Java

/** Retrieves the list of customer conversion goals. */
private static List<CustomerConversionGoal> getCustomerConversionGoals(
    GoogleAdsClient googleAdsClient, long customerId) {
  String query =
      "SELECT customer_conversion_goal.category, customer_conversion_goal.origin "
          + "FROM customer_conversion_goal";

  List<CustomerConversionGoal> customerConversionGoals = new ArrayList<>();
  try (GoogleAdsServiceClient googleAdsServiceClient =
      googleAdsClient.getLatestVersion().createGoogleAdsServiceClient()) {
    // The number of conversion goals is typically less than 50, so we use
    // GoogleAdsService.search instead of search_stream.
    SearchPagedResponse response =
        googleAdsServiceClient.search(Long.toString(customerId), query);
    for (GoogleAdsRow googleAdsRow : response.iterateAll()) {
      customerConversionGoals.add(googleAdsRow.getCustomerConversionGoal());
    }
  }

  return customerConversionGoals;
}

/** Creates a list of MutateOperations that override customer conversion goals. */
private static List<MutateOperation> createConversionGoalOperations(
    long customerId, List<CustomerConversionGoal> customerConversionGoals) {
  List<MutateOperation> mutateOperations = new ArrayList<>();
  // To override the customer conversion goals, we will change the
  // biddability of each of the customer conversion goals so that only
  // the desired conversion goal is biddable in this campaign.
  for (CustomerConversionGoal customerConversionGoal : customerConversionGoals) {
    ConversionActionCategory category = customerConversionGoal.getCategory();
    ConversionOrigin origin = customerConversionGoal.getOrigin();
    String campaignConversionGoalResourceName =
        ResourceNames.campaignConversionGoal(
            customerId, PERFORMANCE_MAX_CAMPAIGN_TEMPORARY_ID, category, origin);
    CampaignConversionGoal.Builder campaignConversionGoalBuilder =
        CampaignConversionGoal.newBuilder().setResourceName(campaignConversionGoalResourceName);
    // Change the biddability for the campaign conversion goal.
    // Set biddability to True for the desired (category, origin).
    // Set biddability to False for all other conversion goals.
    // Note:
    //  1- It is assumed that this Conversion Action
    //     (category=PURCHASE, origin=WEBSITE) exists in this account.
    //  2- More than one goal can be biddable if desired. This example
    //     shows only one.
    if (category == ConversionActionCategory.PURCHASE && origin == ConversionOrigin.WEBSITE) {
      campaignConversionGoalBuilder.setBiddable(true);
    } else {
      campaignConversionGoalBuilder.setBiddable(false);
    }
    CampaignConversionGoal campaignConversionGoal = campaignConversionGoalBuilder.build();
    CampaignConversionGoalOperation campaignConversionGoalOperation =
        CampaignConversionGoalOperation.newBuilder()
            .setUpdate(campaignConversionGoal)
            .setUpdateMask(FieldMasks.allSetFieldsOf(campaignConversionGoal))
            .build();
    mutateOperations.add(
        MutateOperation.newBuilder()
            .setCampaignConversionGoalOperation(campaignConversionGoalOperation)
            .build());
  }
  return mutateOperations;
}
      

C#

/// <summary>
/// Creates a MutateOperation that links an asset to an asset group.
/// </summary>
/// <param name="fieldType">The field type of the asset to be linked.</param>
/// <param name="assetGroupResourceName">The resource name of the asset group
/// to link the asset to.</param>
/// <param name="assetResourceName">The resource name of the text asset to be
/// linked.</param>
/// <returns>A MutateOperation that links an asset to an asset group.</returns>
private MutateOperation CreateLinkAssetOperation(
    AssetFieldType fieldType,
    string assetGroupResourceName,
    string assetResourceName) => new MutateOperation()
{
    AssetGroupAssetOperation = new AssetGroupAssetOperation()
    {
        Create = new AssetGroupAsset()
        {
            FieldType = fieldType,
            AssetGroup = assetGroupResourceName,
            Asset = assetResourceName
        }
    }
};

      

PHP

private static function getCustomerConversionGoals(
    GoogleAdsClient $googleAdsClient,
    int $customerId
): array {
    $customerConversionGoals = [];
    $googleAdsServiceClient = $googleAdsClient->getGoogleAdsServiceClient();
    // Creates a query that retrieves all customer conversion goals.
    $query = 'SELECT customer_conversion_goal.category, customer_conversion_goal.origin ' .
        'FROM customer_conversion_goal';
    // The number of conversion goals is typically less than 50 so we use a search request
    // instead of search stream.
    $response =
        $googleAdsServiceClient->search($customerId, $query, ['pageSize' => self::PAGE_SIZE]);

    // Iterates over all rows in all pages and builds the list of conversion goals.
    foreach ($response->iterateAllElements() as $googleAdsRow) {
        /** @var GoogleAdsRow $googleAdsRow */
        $customerConversionGoals[] = [
            'category' => $googleAdsRow->getCustomerConversionGoal()->getCategory(),
            'origin' => $googleAdsRow->getCustomerConversionGoal()->getOrigin()
        ];
    }

    return $customerConversionGoals;
}

/**
 * Creates a list of MutateOperations that override customer conversion goals.
 *
 * @param int $customerId the customer ID
 * @param array $customerConversionGoals the list of customer conversion goals that will be
 *      overridden
 * @return MutateOperation[] a list of MutateOperations that update campaign conversion goals
 */
private static function createConversionGoalOperations(
    int $customerId,
    array $customerConversionGoals
): array {
    $operations = [];

    // To override the customer conversion goals, we will change the biddability of each of the
    // customer conversion goals so that only the desired conversion goal is biddable in this
    // campaign.
    foreach ($customerConversionGoals as $customerConversionGoal) {
        $campaignConversionGoal = new CampaignConversionGoal([
            'resource_name' => ResourceNames::forCampaignConversionGoal(
                $customerId,
                self::PERFORMANCE_MAX_CAMPAIGN_TEMPORARY_ID,
                ConversionActionCategory::name($customerConversionGoal['category']),
                ConversionOrigin::name($customerConversionGoal['origin'])
            )
        ]);
        // Changes the biddability for the campaign conversion goal.
        // Sets biddability to true for the desired (category, origin).
        // Sets biddability to false for all other conversion goals.
        // Note:
        //  1- It is assumed that this Conversion Action
        //     (category=PURCHASE, origin=WEBSITE) exists in this account.
        //  2- More than one goal can be biddable if desired. This example
        //     shows only one.
        if (
            $customerConversionGoal["category"] === ConversionActionCategory::PURCHASE
            && $customerConversionGoal["origin"] === ConversionOrigin::WEBSITE
        ) {
            $campaignConversionGoal->setBiddable(true);
        } else {
            $campaignConversionGoal->setBiddable(false);
        }

        $operations[] = new MutateOperation([
            'campaign_conversion_goal_operation' => new CampaignConversionGoalOperation([
                'update' => $campaignConversionGoal,
                // Sets the update mask on the operation. Here the update mask will be a list
                // of all the fields that were set on the update object.
                'update_mask' => FieldMasks::allSetFieldsOf($campaignConversionGoal)
            ])
        ]);
    }

    return $operations;
}
      

Python

def get_customer_conversion_goals(client, customer_id):
    """Retrieves the list of customer conversion goals.

    Args:
        client: an initialized GoogleAdsClient instance.
        customer_id: a client customer ID.

    Returns:
        a list of dicts containing the category and origin of customer
        conversion goals.
    """
    ga_service = client.get_service("GoogleAdsService")
    customer_conversion_goals = []
    query = """
            SELECT
              customer_conversion_goal.category,
              customer_conversion_goal.origin
            FROM customer_conversion_goal
            """
    # The number of conversion goals is typically less than 50 so we use
    # GoogleAdsService.search instead of search_stream.
    search_request = client.get_type("SearchGoogleAdsRequest")
    search_request.customer_id = customer_id
    search_request.query = query
    search_request.page_size = 10000
    results = ga_service.search(request=search_request)

    # Iterate over the results and build the list of conversion goals.
    for row in results:
        customer_conversion_goals.append(
            {
                "category": row.customer_conversion_goal.category,
                "origin": row.customer_conversion_goal.origin,
            }
        )
    return customer_conversion_goals


def create_conversion_goal_operations(
    client,
    customer_id,
    customer_conversion_goals,
):
    """Creates a list of MutateOperations that override customer conversion goals.

    Args:
        client: an initialized GoogleAdsClient instance.
        customer_id: a client customer ID.
        customer_conversion_goals: the list of customer conversion goals that
          will be overridden.

    Returns:
        MutateOperations that update campaign conversion goals.
    """
    campaign_conversion_goal_service = client.get_service(
        "CampaignConversionGoalService"
    )
    operations = []

    # To override the customer conversion goals, we will change the
    # biddability of each of the customer conversion goals so that only
    # the desired conversion goal is biddable in this campaign.
    for customer_conversion_goal in customer_conversion_goals:
        mutate_operation = client.get_type("MutateOperation")
        campaign_conversion_goal = (
            mutate_operation.campaign_conversion_goal_operation.update
        )

        campaign_conversion_goal.resource_name = (
            campaign_conversion_goal_service.campaign_conversion_goal_path(
                customer_id,
                _PERFORMANCE_MAX_CAMPAIGN_TEMPORARY_ID,
                customer_conversion_goal["category"].name,
                customer_conversion_goal["origin"].name,
            )
        )
        # Change the biddability for the campaign conversion goal.
        # Set biddability to True for the desired (category, origin).
        # Set biddability to False for all other conversion goals.
        # Note:
        #  1- It is assumed that this Conversion Action
        #     (category=PURCHASE, origin=WEBSITE) exists in this account.
        #  2- More than one goal can be biddable if desired. This example
        #     shows only one.
        if (
            customer_conversion_goal["category"]
            == client.enums.ConversionActionCategoryEnum.PURCHASE
            and customer_conversion_goal["origin"]
            == client.enums.ConversionOriginEnum.WEBSITE
        ):
            biddable = True
        else:
            biddable = False
        campaign_conversion_goal.biddable = biddable
        field_mask = protobuf_helpers.field_mask(
            None, campaign_conversion_goal._pb
        )
        client.copy_from(
            mutate_operation.campaign_conversion_goal_operation.update_mask,
            field_mask,
        )
        operations.append(mutate_operation)

    return operations
      

Ruby

def _get_customer_conversion_goals(client, customer_id)
  query = <<~EOD
    SELECT
        customer_conversion_goal.category,
        customer_conversion_goal.origin
    FROM customer_conversion_goal
  EOD

  customer_conversion_goals = []

  ga_service = client.service.google_ads
  # The number of conversion goals is typically less than 50 so we use
  # GoogleAdsService.search instead of search_stream.
  response = ga_service.search(
      customer_id: customer_id,
      query: query,
      page_size: PAGE_SIZE,
  )

  # Iterate over the results and build the list of conversion goals.
  response.each do |row|
    customer_conversion_goals << {
        "category" => row.customer_conversion_goal.category,
        "origin" => row.customer_conversion_goal.origin
    }
  end

  customer_conversion_goals
end

def create_conversion_goal_operations(client, customer_id, customer_conversion_goals)
  campaign_conversion_goal_service = client.service.campaign_conversion_goal

  operations = []

  # To override the customer conversion goals, we will change the
  # biddability of each of the customer conversion goals so that only
  # the desired conversion goal is biddable in this campaign.
  customer_conversion_goals.each do |customer_conversion_goal|
    operations << client.operation.mutate do |m|
        m.campaign_conversion_goal_operation = client.operation.campaign_conversion_goal do |op|
          op.update = client.resource.campaign_conversion_goal do |ccg|
              ccg.resource_name = client.path.campaign_conversion_goal(
                  customer_id,
                  PERFORMANCE_MAX_CAMPAIGN_TEMPORARY_ID,
                  customer_conversion_goal["category"].to_s,
                  customer_conversion_goal["origin"].to_s)
              # Change the biddability for the campaign conversion goal.
              # Set biddability to True for the desired (category, origin).
              # Set biddability to False for all other conversion goals.
              # Note:
              #  1- It is assumed that this Conversion Action
              #     (category=PURCHASE, origin=WEBSITE) exists in this account.
              #  2- More than one goal can be biddable if desired. This example
              #     shows only one.
              ccg.biddable = (customer_conversion_goal["category"] == :PURCHASE &&
                  customer_conversion_goal["origin"] == :WEBSITE)
          end
          op.update_mask = Google::Ads::GoogleAds::FieldMaskUtil.all_set_fields_of(op.update)
        end
    end
  end

  operations
end
      

Perl

sub get_customer_conversion_goals {
  my ($api_client, $customer_id) = @_;

  my $customer_conversion_goals = [];
  # Create a query that retrieves all customer conversion goals.
  my $query =
    "SELECT customer_conversion_goal.category, customer_conversion_goal.origin "
    . "FROM customer_conversion_goal";
  # The number of conversion goals is typically less than 50 so we use
  # GoogleAdsService->search() method instead of search_stream().
  my $search_response = $api_client->GoogleAdsService()->search({
    customerId => $customer_id,
    query      => $query,
    pageSize   => PAGE_SIZE
  });

  # Iterate over the results and build the list of conversion goals.
  foreach my $google_ads_row (@{$search_response->{results}}) {
    push @$customer_conversion_goals,
      {
      category => $google_ads_row->{customerConversionGoal}{category},
      origin   => $google_ads_row->{customerConversionGoal}{origin}};
  }

  return $customer_conversion_goals;
}

# Creates a list of MutateOperations that override customer conversion goals.
sub create_conversion_goal_operations {
  my ($customer_id, $customer_conversion_goals) = @_;

  my $operations = [];
  # To override the customer conversion goals, we will change the biddability of
  # each of the customer conversion goals so that only the desired conversion goal
  # is biddable in this campaign.
  foreach my $customer_conversion_goal (@$customer_conversion_goals) {
    my $campaign_conversion_goal =
      Google::Ads::GoogleAds::V12::Resources::CampaignConversionGoal->new({
        resourceName =>
          Google::Ads::GoogleAds::V12::Utils::ResourceNames::campaign_conversion_goal(
          $customer_id,
          PERFORMANCE_MAX_CAMPAIGN_TEMPORARY_ID,
          $customer_conversion_goal->{category},
          $customer_conversion_goal->{origin})});
    # Change the biddability for the campaign conversion goal.
    # Set biddability to true for the desired (category, origin).
    # Set biddability to false for all other conversion goals.
    # Note:
    #  1- It is assumed that this Conversion Action
    #     (category=PURCHASE, origin=WEBSITE) exists in this account.
    #  2- More than one goal can be biddable if desired. This example
    #     shows only one.
    if ( $customer_conversion_goal->{category} eq PURCHASE
      && $customer_conversion_goal->{origin} eq WEBSITE)
    {
      $campaign_conversion_goal->{biddable} = "true";
    } else {
      $campaign_conversion_goal->{biddable} = "false";
    }

    push @$operations,
      Google::Ads::GoogleAds::V12::Services::GoogleAdsService::MutateOperation
      ->new({
        campaignConversionGoalOperation =>
          Google::Ads::GoogleAds::V12::Services::CampaignConversionGoalService::CampaignConversionGoalOperation
          ->new({
            update => $campaign_conversion_goal,
            # Set the update mask on the operation. Here the update mask will be
            # a list of all the fields that were set on the update object.
            updateMask => all_set_fields_of($campaign_conversion_goal)})});
  }

  return $operations;
}
      

Prácticas recomendadas para los grupos de recursos

En el caso de las asignaciones de elementos en las campañas de máximo rendimiento para minoristas, recomendamos que cada grupo de elementos se segmente para productos diferentes. Más información

Si deseas personalizar tus mensajes (como texto, imágenes, video, logotipos) por público, puedes crear varios grupos de elementos por campaña. De esta manera, puede crear grupos de elementos diferentes para la misma URL final.

Ten en cuenta que el límite para los grupos de fichas es menor que el que antes estaba disponible para los grupos de productos de las campañas de Shopping inteligentes. Como práctica recomendada, los anunciantes solo deben orientar a un determinado conjunto de productos de un grupo de elementos. Por ejemplo, los productos A-L estarían en el grupo de elementos 1 y los productos M-Z en el grupo de elementos 2.

Informes de Shopping

Usa shopping_performance_view para recuperar métricas que se resumen en los segmentos de productos, como segments.product_item_id.

SELECT
  segments.product_item_id,
  metrics.clicks,
  metrics.cost_micros,
  metrics.impressions,
  metrics.conversions,
  metrics.all_conversions,
  campaign.advertising_channel_type
FROM shopping_performance_view
WHERE
  campaign.advertising_channel_type = 'PERFORMANCE_MAX'
  AND segments.date DURING LAST_30_DAYS
  AND metrics.clicks > 0
ORDER BY
  metrics.all_conversions DESC,
  metrics.conversions DESC,
  metrics.clicks DESC,
  metrics.cost_micros DESC,
  metrics.impressions DESC

Usa asset_group_product_group_view para recuperar métricas como los clics, las conversiones y las impresiones del grupo de fichas asociado con este grupo de elementos.