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Product Feeds

Posted 11 September 2009 - 09:24 AM

So I am going to be focusing my attention primarily to marketing and SEO of our two ecommerce sites.

I have experience with SEO, but I never had to deal with product feeds.

We are looking at creating feeds for the likes of Froogle, shopping.com, Buy.com, Nextag, any and all of the shopping sites.

Does anyone have any experience working with these?
Is there a general feed I can create for all of these?
Do I have to manually submit to each shopping site?

Not really sure what approach to take with this one.

Thanks in advance.

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Posted 14 September 2009 - 11:30 PM

Im quite sure that for froogle the feed is xml based similar to a site map and this can be auto updated if you create the proper script. there should be more information about it provided by google.
good luck!
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Re: Product Feeds

Posted 15 September 2009 - 01:09 PM

Yeah upon further review it appears to be a text delimited or xml feed. Of course they make it look easy to make, however when you have over 5,000 products on the web with about 15,000 more to come finding all those links is not so easy any more. Now I am waiting on our developers to implement the RSS module to generate our feeds.
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