If you sell products online, you want to make sure your products are listed on Google Shopping. Huge benefit, no gimmicks, no catch.
Google’s new Deals feature is a great way for you to target discount seekers with your best promotional offers at precisely the right time. Deals helps ensure that your product reaches highly motivated shoppers during your most important sales seasons.
It’s tempting to enter only the bare amount of information necessary to launch each item in your store. After all, shouldn’t your products speak for themselves? It turns out, though, that there are several reasons a complete product data feed can help you grow ecommerce sales:
Increased competition means that selling online isn’t quite as simple as it used to be. The Digital Shelf is packed with competition. If you're having trouble gaining substantial traction, maybe it's not your strategy or your budget. Maybe your product data needs some TLC. GoDataFeed can help.
Shopify unexpectedly announced that its native Amazon app was being sunsetted in 2021. No need to worry, though. The best way to sync your Shopify product catalog to Amazon is still in the app store.
Like local inventory ads, regional availability and pricing gives retailers with brick and mortar locations the ability to feed localized product data to Google.