When you start a new website, if you are aware of the website marketing trends, you want to rank your site on the first page of Google Search Engine. Likewise, most of the people want to rank their WooCommerce site on the first page of Google Search Engine.
But, is this “keyword ranking” the correct metric to measure the visibility of your WooCommerce site?
Shouldn’t your products carry more value than your WooCommerce site pages?
Don’t you want to send your WooCommerce products to the visitors of Google Shopping, rather than send your WooCommerce site’s URLs to the Google Search Engine users?
If you’re more focused on increasing sales, you need to focus on WooCommerce and Google Shopping Integration, rather than ranking for some keywords on the Google Search Engine.
When you’re about to add your products of WooCommerce to Google Shopping or Amazon, you’ll need to add different attributes of those products. But, it is likely that your products do not contain all the product attributes required by marketplaces.
You are not even able to add that information to your WooCommerce store because WooCommerce doesn’t provide you the space to add those fields explicitly. That’s when you’ll need an Additional Product Fields plugin, which we’re about to release soon.
What are the fields that Woo Additional Fields Plugin will help to add?
It hasn’t been long that we’d released a new version of our Shopify and BigCommerce apps with the functionality to upload products to Google Merchant without leaving the app. And now we’ve already prepared and are soon about to release our latest version of ExportFeed WooCommerce Google Plugin. Please install it on your WordPress to get first-hand news of the update released.
What you can expect with this version?
You can display your WooCommerce products on the search pages of Google simply by connecting your WooCommerce with Google Merchant Center and Google Adwords. If you are new to using your WooCommerce Google Shopping Feed, please check this post before moving forward with WooCommerce Google Ads for Dynamic Remarketing.
Started an eCommerce site or thinking about growing your sales? High times for promotion efforts! But, how should you plan for that?
The most common action plan would be to optimize your site for conversion first, then start promoting products.
And your target is to invite more qualified visitors to your site and help them find and buy your products easily.
If you are selling your products through WooCommerce store, you have the flexibility to sell multiple product categories of even different niche on your store.
Google Shopping – http://www.google.com/shopping
(Google Merchant, Google Merchant Center, Google Merchant Shopping)
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