In our ongoing efforts to enhance our platform, we are excited to announce three new updates that will make managing your product feeds even more efficient and user-friendly: Catalog Card View, Feed Rule Description, and Re-Branding our “Products” tab to “Imports.”
Data feeds have lots of issues. These issues can be intimidating, but we are going to show you how to solve them one by one. This blog post is to show new or returning users how to maximize their first 30 days with Godatafeed.
In an effort to continue improving our platform, GoDataFeed has made some updates that help our customers use and navigate through our app smoothly and seamlessly. Read on for all the changes we made in Q4!
Since our last release, our team has been working hard to optimize our database to give you the ability to control your catalogs on a faster platform with added support for divergent file formats such as JSON and Generic XML files and configured our software to provide the ability to use different languages including most character encodings (ascii).
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.
With exciting developments on the horizon, we felt it was time to do something bold.
Here’s what’s new with GoDataFeed as of Q4 of 2020.
Whether by human or system error, one bad product import can wreak havoc on your product listings and advertising performance.
When a feed compiles, our system assesses fields for different data scenarios and then generates validation messages to help guide troubleshooting and optimization efforts.
Metafields are non-standard, extra fields that add to a more complete representation of your products. But how do they work in smart catalog manager like GoDataFeed?
We're always striving to improve our app to better serve the marketers that power the ecommerce world from behind the scenes. That's why we built GoDataFeed with agencies in mind.
If you have a manageable amount of source product categories, then mapping your channel-specific product categories just got a lot easier.
At GoDataFeed, we're all about efficiency. We're also all about effectiveness. That's why we're so excited about these new features that make our already super-effective rules engine super efficient to use.
Merge files are supplemental data files that allow your add to modify and optimize your primary source data in various ways. Here's everything you need to know about using merge files in GoDataFeed.
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.
This year, though, the Pubcon SFIMA Summit is extra special. Our very own ecommerce guru Steven Hope will be presenting on optimizing your Amazon listings.
GoDataFeed is pleased to have partnered with World First, the international payments specialists.
Are you going to be at IRCE this year? Come chat with us!
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.