Success Stories | House Of Holiday Christmas Cheers with Google Shopping Ads | Sales and Orders


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Growth in year-round revenue from Google Shopping


Reduction in the Average Cost-Per-Click in campaigns


Increase in Shopping ad impressions per dollar spent


Growth in new shoppers purchasing from their online store

House of Holiday

The Ultimate Christmas Shopping Destination, was originally limited to their prime time seasonal selling period and was facing a number of obstacles in increasing revenues beyond that small window even with Google Shopping already running.

Seasonally-driven E-Commerce businesses often experience more than the common growing pains of other verticals. House of Holiday already had strong performance throughout their primary selling period. What they needed was a way to break down those barriers and understand what was really going on in their Shopping campaigns.

The Obstacles

There were some distinct pain points to address so House of Holiday could maintain a steady stream of sales throughout the year

Niche, Seasonal Products

Due to a lack of understanding of Google Shopping combined with the niche aspect of their product type, sales were limited and sporadic

Lacked Key Optimizations

Not only did House of Holiday need a quality product feed, they were also trailing behind on the then growing popularity of mobile device shopping

Missing Hyper-Localization

While a national presence was crucial, House of Holiday was not capitalizing on the local market enough

Why it all worked

It came down to leadership, expertise, transparency, and proactive management

Saturated the local market with relevant, right-sized product ads
A solid mobile experience allowed us to measure net profits across all devices
Artfully managed Google Shopping campaigns in the off-season expanded the sales window
Larry could stay completely up-to-date on his account performance by simply logging into our app

“With Sales & Orders, I had a dashboard that I could access at any time so I could know which products were hot sellers and which were duds”