GoDataFeed saves you time and money by letting you automate the entire datafeed management process, from importing your product data, to setting up and submitting your feeds, to tracking channel performance. Simply setup your campaigns one-time to optimize, customize, categorize, validate and submit your product feeds regularly. Streamlining this process ensures you’re always submitting valid feeds, that shoppers are able to find your products and that you’re not wasting your marketing dollars on out-of-stock or unprofitable products.
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Seamlessly Import Products
GoDataFeed's seamless, turn-key integration with various ecommerce platforms lets you import your products within a few clicks and automate your product data updates. Or, you can choose to import your data via FTP or HTTP file delivery. Whichever import method you choose, GoDataFeed will automatically pick up your file on a nightly basis and syndicate your updated product data to the shopping channels, ensuring that your feed are accurate, complete and in-stock.
Automated Setups & Submissions
GoDataFeed helps you apply category, filter and business rules that automatically submit properly categorized and optimized feed campaigns on a daily or weekly basis. GoDataFeed instantly validates your feeds and lets you know exactly what you need to correct before you go live on the shopping channels. This quality assurance process ensures your product listings will be accepted, relevant and searchable, a critical best practice of any shopping channel’s marketing campaign.
Automatic Performance Tracking
Apply GoDataFeed’s analytics to automatically capture real-time campaign success and to track performance trends before they become unprofitable and costly. GoDataFeed’s robust analytics lets you track clicks, conversions and revenue, product and engine performance and important performance trends. You can even setup performance alerts that will email you of critical campaign weaknesses, like when products are receiving too many clicks, little conversions or not meeting your Return-on-Ad-Spend goals.