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  • Google Product Feed

    WooCommerce Google Product Feed allows you to produce and submit a real-time feed of products and variations to Google Merchant Center allowing you to use up to date product information in your product ad campaigns. Support articles The articles below will help you get up and running with the extension, as well as provide information on […]

  • Google Product Feed – Customizations

    Use the short product description instead of description The plugin provides options for choosing how to create the description in the feed. The correct option to choose will depend on how you’ve populated your product data. The full list of available options is shown in the screenshot below: The default option is “Main product description […]

  • Google Product Feed – Expanded structured data markup

    In version 9.4.0 of the Google Product Feed extension we introduced a new beta feature called Expanded Structured Data. DO NOT enable this without speaking to our support team first. This is an experimental feature and should only be enabled if you are addressing structured data problems with validating your feed, and are happy to manage […]

  • Google Product Feed – Extension Compatibility

    While the Google Product Feed extension tries its best to play nicely with other extensions there are some areas where specific integration can yield better results. The extension has specific support for the following WooCommerce extensions: Brands Composite Products Cost of Goods Currency Switcher for WooCommerce Min/Max Quantities Mix & Match Products MSRP Pricing Multi-Currency […]

  • Google Product Feed – Feed generation options

    By default, the feed will include all eligible, supported products and variations. However, there are a number of options / techniques you can use to control what is included. Including / excluding variations in your feed If you have variable products in your store, then the feed creates an individual product output for each individual […]

  • Google Product Feed – Feed item caching

    Why “Feed item caching”? The aim of the Google Product Feed plugin is to produce an up-to-date, accurate feed of all of your eligible products. In order to achieve this, the plugin currently generates the feed on-demand as it is requested. This avoids any issues cause by out of date information being sent in the feed. […]

  • Google Product Feed – Installation

    The Google Product Feed extension can be installed in the same way as any other extension from WooCommerce.com. Download the .zip file from your WooCommerce.com account. Go to: WordPress Admin > Plugins > Add New to upload the file you downloaded with Choose File. Install Now and Activate the extension. More information at: Installing and Managing Plugins. Once you’ve installed the plugin we recommend […]

  • Google Product Feed – Product Review Feeds

    As well as simply transferring product data to Google Merchant Centre, the extension also includes support for Google’s Product Review Feeds. This allows you to send a feed to Google with details of all of your customer reviews, which can then enhance your product listing ads. Before you start Before starting, you will need to […]

  • Google Product Feed – Promotion feeds

    The Google Product Feed extension allows you to integrate with Google’s Promotions programme to automatically sync your promotions to Google, including targetting them against specific products and/or categories allowing you to showcase your promotions in your free listings and product ads automatically. This article shows you how to set your promotion feed up, and how […]

  • Google Product Feed – Setting product data

    Out of the box, the Google Product Feed extension maps as much information from your products into the feed as it can. However, you will probably need to add additional feeds, or set up mappings depending on how you have your product data configured in your store, and Google’s guidelines for your target country. How values […]