Highest bids for the only relevant information we have (“Camera”) at $0.59 and $0.58, respectively. . The system itself then provides additional information to help the user understand the different camera types (see the “Type” column in Table 1), perhaps giving at least some organic non-commercial traffic. In this example, the camera types include Instant Film, DSLR, and SLR. From there, the user refines their purchase intent by selecting a camera type. Chapter 53 After selecting a “DSLR” camera type, the user is
then prompted to select features (“Feature Set” in Table 1). Google will guide the user through a series of questions and provide information to help them make decisions about which features are important to them. During this stage of the process (i.e. during jewelry retouching service feature selection), the user will now see ads from MerchX ($0.65) and MerchW ($0.68), as they match the current criteria (DSLR cameras) and have the highest bids for intent and product type combined.
At the end of the step described in Section 53, the user will have selected all of their required features, which brings us to… Chapter 54 In the next step, the user now selects the camera model he wants from those available that meet the established criteria (camera type, budget, features, etc.). You can see in Table 1 that there are a variety of feature sets represented. Each of these sets is meant to represent certain camera criteria (such as display size, weight, and zoom capabilities).