The holiday season is upon us. If you haven’t started planning, then it’s about time that you do – and if you’ve already started preparing, it’s time to ramp that up too.
They’re everywhere. Just beneath the surface of your favorite online shops. Latent. Ready to emerge when called upon. Product feeds. There’s no mystery there, right? And yet, these ubiquitous data dynamos baffle ecommerce marketers on a daily basis. What are product feeds, really?
Use these traditional SEO principles to give your ecommerce campaigns a boost.
Your product feeds will determine a big part of your ecommerce success. In this post we round up the most important and often overlooked "insider" steps on generating a successful data feed.
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.
Wondering why you’re not seeing the kind of growth other Shopify sellers are? The answer may be that you are making a major mistake when taking advantage of these new shopping channel integrations.
Supplemental product data could hold the key to successful ecommerce campaigns.
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.
We've broken down the steps to mastering your data feed marketing strategy. Read on to learn how to make the process as painless as possible.
Managing multiple product feeds can be a lengthy, meticulous, intensive process that not only requires a lot of grunt work but can also be prone to errors.
Here are three reasons that your product data impacts your Google Campaigns.
What does an optimized product listing look like? Come here, we'll show you.
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.
Product data feed optimization is essential to being competitive and profitable on shopping channels like Google Shopping, Amazon or eBay. And there’s no better example of this than product variations (also known as variables or options).