Connexity Shopping Ad Platform Software

Connexity Shopping Ad Platform Software

About Connexity Shopping Ad Platform

Connexity is a shopping ad management platform that enables organizations to optimize and manage shopping advertisement campaigns via a unified portal. The solution enables businesses to automate the placement of bids and optimize return on investment (ROI) based on traffic sources, product features, and other attributes. Enterprises can set goals and define budgets, enabling Connexity to automatically post ads in competitive traffic streams. Additionally, the system automatically places ads and product promotions across multiple channels including social media, shopping portals publisher titles and more. Connexity’s pricing details are available on request and support is provided via email. ...

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Connexity Shopping Ad Platform User Reviews

OVERALL RATING

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Theo

Company size: 2-10 employees

Industry: Retail

Time used: Less than 12 months

Review Source: Capterra

This reviewer was invited by us to submit an honest review and offered a nominal incentive as a thank you.
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Ease-of-use

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Value for money

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Customer support

out of 5
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Functionality

out of 5

February 2022

Connexity brought me plenty of clicks but almost no sales

I tried Connexity Ads because I use their Bizrate free service for my merchant reviews. Unfortunately it didn't work for my business.

Pros

Connexity Ads was relatively easy to set up and manage compared to say, Google or Microsoft.

Cons

It simply failed to generate sales. Supposedly Connexity Ads doesn't compete with Google or Microsoft Ads but because negative keywords can't be used, the traffic generated is poor quality at least for my business.

Reasons for choosing Connexity Shopping Ad Platform

I expected high quality traffic that would complement Google and Microsoft.