Last week, we and our clients held the very first meeting from a planned series of events—PPC Bee Partner Talks. The pros running Heureka.cz were invited to the first Partner Talk which offered an interesting program spanning an entire afternoon.
As we usually do, we welcomed everyone with a welcome drink and there was no lack of delicious food and both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages, made from the choice Sofee and the gang coffee. And who else could have prepared it but Ondřej ‘Oňa’ Štökl, the great barista you had the opportunity to meet at our birthday brunch? After the introduction, the guests moved to our Yoga Room where Jindra Jíra, our business strategist, kicked off the meeting.
The first lecture was given by Alex Čermáková, the head of the content department at Heureka.cz who introduced new features of the XML feed which help customers offer options to filter products in a more detailed manner. Michal Buzek, the head of BI, took on the next lecture, talking about the correct ways of using data gained from Heureka.
During the third lecture, Ondra Bartas, our tech leader, introduced Shopping Ads as well as DSA campaigns and talked about how to as much out of them as possible with PPC Bee. Finally, Martin Zítek, the head of the performance team of Heureka.cz, spoke of the CSS program and the ways it can increase profits.
Brief Q & A sessions were held after each lecture, with the last one being concluded by a final discussion. Then, the guests moved to the networking part of the meeting, full of wine and refreshments.
We were incredibly pleased to see so many people attend our first Partner Talk and are already looking forward to enjoying their company in the friendly mood of our offices early next year.
We’d also like to thank our wonderful buddies from Heureka, and all of the other partners! :-) And don’t forget to read the summary at Heureka’s blog to learn how they themselves enjoyed the event.
You might be intending to create campaigns that will promote your products as Christmas gifts. The number of Christmas gifts buyers, of course, drops down massively after Christmas Eve, thus generating such campaigns has no sense any more. To prevent the need to turn on your PC on Christmas Eve in order to end a campaign, we added the possibility to time limits for ads. This option applies to both, generating and non-generating of advertisements. Moreover, we tried to make it as easy as possible for you.
The more space the advertisement occupies, the bigger the chance that it will get noticed. This is something that the people at Google Ads are well aware of, so they came up with another text ads extension — a third headline and second description. Of course, this new feature didn’t escape our attention at PPC Bee, and we reflected the changes in the new version of our app.
Another product meeting, Wednesday afternoon, June 2019. I and Pavel, my UX co-pilot, were staring at each other, waiting to see who’d be the first to say that once again, we plan to load an A-bomb on a biplane. The plan to add Facebook campaigns, an image editor, and other functions made us excited. What worried us, though, was the app’s interface—it was already hard to navigate and users were finding it more and more difficult to look up the functions they needed.