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Exam Name – Search Ads 360 Basics Assessment.
Time Limit and Format – There is no time limit and the format is Multiple Choice.
Total Questions and Passing Score – 15 Questions and the Passing score is 100%
(A) A large portfolio with many trade-offs and opportunities.
(B) A small portfolio with very clear goals.
(C) A large portfolio that focuses on a single device.
(D) A very focused portfolio that is not very complex.
(A) Ad copy.
(B) Key performance indicator.
(C) Budget pacing metrics.
(D) Search terms data.
(A) Data-driven, Strategic, and Custom
(B) Default, Predetermined, and Collaborative
(C) Strategic, Custom and Optimized.
(D) Default, Custom, and Data-driven
(A) Both Jenny and Jonathan can edit everything in all advertisers. However, Jonathan will not be able to use the Search Ads 360 API to download reports and upload conversions for any of the advertisers in the agency.
(B) Both Jenny and Jonathan are able to add or remove engine accounts. However, Jonathan is unable to view the Advertiser Settings sections, which includes Floodlight settings.
(C) Both Jenny and Jonathan are able to add or remove agency users. However, Jonathan is unable to create, customize, or run reports.
(D) Both Jenny and Jonathan can edit everything in all advertisers. However, Jonathan will not be able to add or remove users, engine accounts, or view the Advertiser settings sections, which includes Floodlight settings.
(A) The visualization power of Data Studio can be used to create beautiful reports which tell impactful stories, including multiple variations of charts as well as bespoke designs and brands.
(B) It provides all of these options.
(C) Data Studio leverages the collaborative power of Google Drive and makes it easy to understand and share reports with those who need them to make better data-driven decisions.
(D) Integration with Data Studio allows the creation of unified dashboards, with data from various Google and third-party sources displayed alongside Search Ads 360 data.
(A) Google Ads
(B) Google 360
(C) Search Ads 360
(D) Google Marketing Platform
(B) Custom variable
(A) Display & Video 360.
(B) Google 360.
(C) Search Ads 360.
(D) Google Marketing Platform.
(A) Data-driven attribution models help you determine which ads within an ad group are best at helping you to achieve your conversion goals by starting all the ads at the same time and displaying them evenly.
(B) Data-driven attribution models help you get a more accurate picture of your conversion by analyzing interactions in your campaigns and creating a model for distributing conversion credit based on where an interaction occurs in a conversion path.
(C) Data-driven attribution models help you to monitor the performance of keywords and product groups. These models adjust bids to achieve the highest number of conversions, the greatest amount of revenue, the best position, or highest number of clicks your campaign budgets allow.
(D) Data-driven attribution models enable you set and manage the budget for groups of campaigns and enable a budget bid strategy to allocate the money and adjust bids.
Q.10 – Ali uses spreadsheets to track his clients’ budgets, manually calculate trends, and implement formulas to work out target spend. He also uses them to create the daily budget reports that he attaches in emails to his team. How can Search Ads 360 make Ali’s task simpler?
(A) Ali can use the landing page test to test his conversions, making sure that he adds Floodlight or Google Analytics tags to all of the landing pages in the test. This will give him insights into which pages produce the best return on investment.
(B) Instead of manually reporting and planning budgets, Ali can use Bid Strategies to create an automated bid strategy that will then adjust bids for specific keywords to maximize customer requests at the optimal advertising spend.
(C) Ali can use the Budget Management feature to create budget groups, so he can specify a budget target and the ROI, number of conversions, or revenue target he’d like to hit with that budget. He can also use the in-built reporting feature to track performance relative to spend.
(D) Ali can use the Budget Management feature to manage and report on campaigns, ad groups, ads, and keywords outside the traditional campaign structure. He can also add multiple labels to one object for even more reporting flexibility.
(A) Reduced cost.
(B) Exclusive access to Google search advertising.
(C) The capability of running promotions on one engine at a time.
(D) Centralized and collaborative campaign management.
(A) IP addresses
(B) Promo codes
(C) Email addresses
(D) Customer’s full name
(A) Create engine account; create keywords; create ads; create campaign; create advertiser and create ad groups.
(B) Create ads; create keywords; create engine account; create campaign; create advertiser and create ad groups.
(C) Create advertiser; create engine account; create campaign; create ad groups; create ads and create keywords.
(D) Create ad groups; create campaign; create advertiser; create keywords; create engine account and create ads.
(A) Change the date range to focus on dates that tablet users would be most active.
(B) Segment data by device type.
(C) Tag the site with a device specific Floodlight tag.
(D) Select the engine accounts tab and examine search engines used by mobile users.
(A) Create a Floodlight activity column.
(B) Enable support for Google Analytics.
(C) Add an attribution model.
(D) Create a Floodlight activity group.
About Search Ads 360 Basics Assessment
This assessment is conducted by Google via the Skillshop platform. This assessment tests your understanding of Search Ads 360. You are tested on skills like gathering search insights with Floodlight, building your search campaign, picking Search Ads 360 attribution models, measuring the performance of these search campaigns, managing budgets of these Search Ads 360 campaigns, meeting goals with bid strategies, and keeping up to date with Search Ads 360.
This Assessment contains a total of 15 questions and there’s no time limit. You cannot edit and review questions that you’ve already answered. If you fail in your first try then you can retake the exam after 24 hours.
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