Wrong pricing in Google Shopping can happen, in this article I will explain the steps to eliminate certain common issues. Step 1) Check The Feed First check if the data feed has the correct pricing? For example in FeedArmy, go
Google has 2 categories in Google Free Listings. The unpaid standard listing which appear on Google Search and Google Images. And the unpaid enhanced listings appear on the Google Shopping tab. There are multiple requirements for listing products on Google’s
Great news! Google Shopping is now offering free listings. Currently as of writing, this feature is only available in the US. Free listing will be available in the rest of the world within a year. How Does It Look Like?
Google Shopping now has a new feature that allows consumers to check a box to get notified if a price has dropped. Which Devices Are Supported? As of writing only mobile devices are supported. Desktop searches do not have this
This article is written to educate merchants in understanding what you can do, when planning your business strategies. Can I Advertise My Amazon Products on Google Shopping Ads? Simple answer, no you can’t. Google Shopping requires you to claim the
With Google Shopping CSS Partners popping up left and right, and with Europe’s decision to enforce other marketplaces to bid for ad slots on Google Web Search (Not Google Shopping). I found that a lot of my clients require some
The left-hand side seller filter is for merchant names only, not for data feed submitted values. In Google Merchant Center under Busines information > About your business, you can add or edit your business name. Make sure to follow Google’s
As Google Shopping is growing into a larger marketplace, we merchants, agencies and alike require more comprehensive tools to further improve our advertising efforts. It’s therefor great to see that a new feature has been added to Google Adwords which
When advertising on Google Shopping, it is imperative to know your targets. Every advertiser should begin advertising based on the return on investment, as this allows the business to survive and grow. By using the return on advertising spend (ROAS)
Products that belong in Google’s Taxonomy list of Apparel, such as t-shirts, jewelry, ties, gloves, etc, need to have colors, size, gender, and age group assigned. Not doing this will not allow you to add the products into Google Merchant.