Google has made it easier to add and remove email addresses from existing AdWords Customer Match audience lists.
Now advertisers can simply upload a file to the list, completely replacing the list or appending new email addresses to the existing list. Previously, to replace the existing Customer Match list, a new Customer Match list had to be created and applied to target campaigns.
This new functionality follows Google’s recent update to the maximum duration of a Customer Match list (the lists no longer expire).
Why should you care?
Audiences created from Customer Match lists should be in every advertiser’s AdWords arsenal, or at least those with good CRM data for their customers. It allows targeting current customers with different messaging, and with different bids, as well as finding audiences “similar to” a specific group of your customers.
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Jeremy is a Partner and Senior Consultant at SureFire. Jeremy has been working in search since 1996, when he joined the Australian search engine, LookSmart. After relocating to San Francisco, he was instrumental in the development of the company’s paid search ad platform. At analytics company Coremetrics (now owned by IBM) he established an in-house search agency managing campaigns for Coremetrics clients such as Macy’s, Bass Pro and Lands End. At Acxiom he managed members of the pioneering SEO firm Marketleap and worked with clients such as Capital One, American General Finance and Kaiser Health. Joining SureFire in 2009, he is the head of Paid Search Advertising and oversees the delivery of AdWords and other PPC campaigns. He also helps clients make sense of their website data.
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