Connect WooCommerce to Google Merchant instantly from the word ‘go’
Have you ever noticed that Google shows product feeds among its results?
They are so captivating, tempting and attractive!
They immediately catch users’ eye, persuade them to click and take them directly to your shop page.
Google Merchant: the bright idea by Google, well-conceived for those who aim to boost their sales.
Just think about it! That simple click will not only meet the target but will also take the users who have a strong tendency to purchase to your site and, as a foreseeable consequence, increase your sales.
After registering the account on Google Merchant, all you have to do is activate our “YITH Google Product Feed for WooCommerce” plugin to create the correct file including the products you have selected allowing you to show them on Google search engine in no time.
It’s easy as pie! Your business will grow beyond expectation.
Look at the screenshots below to discover how easy and quick it is.
Requires:WordPress 4.3 or higherand WooCommerce 3.2.x or higher
Compatible up to:WordPress 4.5.xand WooCommerce 4.0.x
New : Compatibility with YITH WooCommerce Brands Add-On
Fix : Error when filtering products in the feed
Fix : Strip HTML tags from description row
Dev : Added filter yith_wcgpf_values_in_feed
1.0.1 - Released: 10 May 2017
Fix : Error generating feed
Update: YITH plugin framework
1.0.0 - Released: 28 April 2017
WITH YITH GOOGLE PRODUCT FEED YOU CAN:
Create feeds for Google Merchant
And let your products be displayed on Google Shopping
Choose the products to include in the feeds
Decide whether to choose all products or filter them by the category or the tag they belong
Create custom templates for your feeds
And choose the Google fields you want to show and the information linked to each of them
Associate values of custom fields with Google attributes
This way you’ll be able to show custom information in addition to the standard ones provided by WooCommerce
Enhance general Google fields
By giving the same value to all of them
Override values on product level
Override feed general values either in simple products or at variation level
Take advantage of the wpml compatibility
You are free to easily translate the plugin with the powerful WPML tool
No limit to the number of feeds that you can create
Include all products in the feed, or just the ones in the selected category and/or tag
Generate feeds as .xml and/or .txt files
Create custom templates for your feeds and select which Google fields you want to choose
Choose the information you want to display for each Google field in the feed
Include information linked to a specific custom field in the feed
Optionally, add a prefix and/or a suffix for the information shown on Google Shop
Manage Google Merchant general feeds:
set the same values for all products
override the global values at product level (simple product) or variation level
With "Integration" between two or more of our plugins, we mean that the features provided by these products combine, offering further value and options than when they are individually used.
All the plugins listed in this section are not included in YITH Google Product Feed for WooCommerce.
In order to take advantage of a specific integration, you need to purchase and activate the premium version of the related plugin.
YITH WooCommerce Brands Add-On
Thanks to YITH WooCommerce Brands Add-on, you can create brands you can link to the products in your shop. Products can be filtered based on the selected brand and this will make it easier for users to find products they might be interested in.
The integration between YITH Brands Add-On and YITH Google Product Feed allows you to export all associated brands to each product in the XML file information.
This way you won't need to manually set the brand in the Google Product Feed fields.
It is not possible to bulk update, because the plugin saves the data in a serialized array. We will work on a way to implement the option to allow bulk action for google product categories and other data.
We will update the answer to this question once this feature has been added, there is no ETA yet.
AActually any meta field works for integrating. Under Google Custom fields add the meta field name (Like "yith_cog_cost") and then it can be used. Just found this and plan to use that for categories.