Google Shopping Promotion Extensions [Infographic]

Want to increase conversions, click-through rate, and drive additional sales on Google Shopping? Adding promotions to your Google Shopping listings can help you with all of these goals! Discounts, coupons, free items—you have a lot of options. But which extensions are best for your business? Here’s is a quick rundown of the different types of Google Shopping promotion extensions.

In this infographic we’ll cover…

  • Gifts and Free Items
  • Tiered Discounts
  • Flat and Percentage Discounts
  • Buy-One-Get-One Promotions
  • Free Gifts Cards
  • Free or Discounted Shipping

When you decide which extension fits your goals, head on over to our page Google Shopping Promotions: Everything You Need to Know for a more in-depth look. We cover real-life examples and also and all the rules you need to follow to ensure your promotions don’t get disapproved.

If you’re trying to get rid of clearance items or excess inventory using a Google Shopping promotion extension, be sure to read our blog How to Drive Profit—Even on Clearance Items. Remember, you don’t have to take a hit just because you’re having a sale. We run the numbers to show you how you can stay in the black even when running a sale.

google shopping promotion extensions infographic

We hope this infographic helped you decide which promotions to run for your business on Google Shopping! For more infographics from Omnitail click here. 

If you need help setting up Google Shopping promotion extensions in your account, don’t hesitate to reach out an Omnitail analyst will be happy to help. 


Sydney is a Marketing Specialist at Omnitail. She has a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a concentration in Graphic Design from George Mason University. Sydney enjoys working on a variety of design projects and and staying up to date with digital marketing trends.

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