When a feed compiles, our system assesses fields for different data scenarios and then generates validation messages to help guide troubleshooting and optimization efforts.
By now you've most likely heard of Prop 65. This proposition requires businesses to provide warnings to Californians about exposures to chemicals that cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. It actually became law in November of 1986 and its chemical list has been growing since. However, it was recently altered to include new warnings and more specific internet regulations that take effect at the end of the month.
Since we announced GoDataFeed’s v.6 beta program back in February, we have worked with several merchants and agencies to further improve our interface and expand our features. From hosting user demos to gathering extensive feedback, we have committed ourselves to constant improvement and have succeeded with your help -- so thank you.
In this post, we’re taking the reverse approach. Here are the top 10 things you WON’T have to do anymore with your product feeds once you have our service. All packaged nicely in a Letterman-style countdown. Boom. You’re welcome.
FTP is an easy, reliable way for merchants to submit their product feeds to both Google Merchant Center and Bing Merchant Center. If you are using a third party feed service you may want to provide them with these FTP credentials to complete your feed submission. A common question that we receive is how to actually find these credentials within the Merchant Center accounts.