Google Ads and its partner websites are causing pet food companies to lose billions of dollars and drive the industry to the brink of bankruptcy, according to a new study by a leading consumer-ad expert.
The study by researchers at the University of Toronto, however, did not show that the company’s ads are responsible for the trend.
The study examined Google’s efforts to sell pet food products online and on its own Google Adwords platform.
Google’s Adwords has long been viewed as a lucrative source of ad revenue for pet food manufacturers, but the research by researchers from the University at Buffalo’s School of Business and Economics showed that the advertising campaign has not been helping to turn pet food sales into more lucrative ventures.
The research found that for the past year, Google’s AdWords ads were not enough to drive pet food profits.
Instead, the study found that pet food retailers and brands were seeing lower conversion rates for the ad campaign, and lower conversion percentages for pet foods that had been promoted by the company.
Pet food companies have long been struggling to gain the traction they have in order to stay afloat, and this research underscores the need for them to find a more effective way to promote their pet food.
Google has also struggled with its advertising business in recent years, with its AdWords service struggling to generate sales even as other businesses have taken to using Google’s ad targeting technology to target advertisements to their consumers.
Google has also been criticized for its lack of transparency regarding the ad campaigns it uses, which have also not kept pace with the growth of mobile and social media, making it difficult for consumers to keep up with the ads being placed on their mobile devices.
This is the first study to examine the impact of Google Ads on pet food and found that while Google ads are not the primary driver of pet food retailer and brand profitability, they are contributing to pet food chain and brand bankruptcy.
The University at Bills research, published in the journal Consumer Research, examined Google ads and its Adwords partner sites for the last 12 months and found pet food industry losses from Google’s advertising campaign were between $500 million and $3 billion.
The authors say that although this is a relatively small number of pet-food companies that are being negatively impacted by Google’s ads, the impact is significant.
“This research highlights the importance of pet owners to keep a close eye on the Google AdWords advertising campaign and the Google ads partner sites, as well as the Google Ads partners’ efforts to increase their reach with the advertisers,” they wrote.
“Pet food retailers, pet food vendors, pet product manufacturers, and pet food product manufacturers all need to look at the AdWords partnership sites and their Google Ad keywords to better understand the effectiveness of these ads.”
Pet food company owners should also be mindful that pet owners may need to adjust their marketing strategies in order for them and their pet to remain relevant.
Pet food brands can help provide consumers with the information they need to be able to understand their products and their customers, the authors say.
“The ad targeting efforts of Google’s partner sites should be focused on helping pet owners understand the benefits of pet nutrition, and provide information on how to make healthier choices,” they added.
“Pet owners should always check the ads for their pet’s pet nutrition and make sure their pet is being treated with the right care and nutrition.”
Petfood companies can also take action to keep their brand healthy.
A pet food company can use its AdTools platform to increase the brand awareness of its pet food brand, and the company can also use Google’s partners’ AdWords partner sites to target their customers with the company brand.
Petfood retailers can also provide the information and links to help consumers find more information on their pet foods, the researchers say.
The researchers suggest that pet foods retailers should consider their Pet Food Retailers and Pet Food Brands Partner Sites as a resource for helping consumers to better gauge the effectiveness and relevance of their pet nutrition campaign and to understand how their advertising campaign may have contributed to pet product retailer and pet product brand bankruptcies.
Pet owners can also look for ways to increase awareness of their brands and pet brands by contacting the Pet Food Stores of the Pet Products Alliance and the Pet Care Alliance, respectively.