Rise Interactive's FeedPro is a proprietary feed management technology capable of solving multiple eCommerce inventory-related inefficiencies with regard to Paid Search marketing. To understand the value of FeedPro you must ask yourself the following questions:
Am I paying to advertise on out-of-stock inventory?
Is competitor pricing hurting my Paid Search program?
If you answered yes to either question, then our feed management technology could be right for you.
FeedPro uses a combination of inventory product feeds and licensed competitive pricing data to ensure your Paid Search program achieves maximum profitability. FeedPro will pause advertising for out-of-stock items, create ads for new inventory and adjust your advertising based on competitor pricing.
Save Money - If your company runs out of inventory of a given product, FeedPro will pause all advertising on that product to ensure you’re not spending money on advertising when the odds of a consumer purchasing is reduced.
Save Resources - If your company adds a new line of products to your site, FeedPro will automatically create a campaign structure, keywords and ads for all the new products based on the product feed.
Consider Competitors - If your price exceeds a competitor’s price by a preset limit (15%, for example), advertising for those products can be paused so that budget can be spent in more profitable campaigns.
DOWNLOAD THE FEEDPRO MEDIA KIT
If you are interested in learning more about FeedPro and what it can do for your business, please download the complete Media Kit.
Contact us to learn more about how FeedPro can help you better manage your Paid Search campaigns.
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