Now emails can now stay on Google Customer Match lists indefinitely
Google has removed the membership duration limit for Customer Match emails.
Google has removed the expiration time for emails to remain on a Customer Match List.
Google is alerting AdWords customers when they log into their accounts that the previous 180-day limit has been removed and all customer match lists that had been set to the maximum 180 days have been automatically updated to the new “No Expiration” setting.
The change will allow advertisers to retarget customers seasonally, serve campaigns for reorders and upsells beyond 180 days, among other strategies that depend on longer cycles.
AdWords users logging in will see the following alert:
The maximum length of time a customer can stay on a Customer Match list has changed. Membership no longer needs to expire for these lists, and all lists using the 180-day maximum have been updated to the new setting.
Google launched Customer Match last fall, enabling advertisers to upload existing customer email lists to target those users with ads on Google search, Gmail and YouTube.
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