Effective product feed optimization will involve improving the quality of the feed, the source of the data and ensuring that you aren't just meeting the requirements of channels like Facebook, Google and Amazon - but are standing out from the crowd with high-quality, eye-catching listings that will engage your audience.
For the same reasons that you would optimize your product listing pages on your online store, you want to increase the clicks and conversions from potential buyers.
By providing as much valuable information as possible in your feed through data feed optimization, you will make your listings more relevant for your shopper's searches. The outcome will be that search engines like Google will display your ads more frequently, for less money.
The data feed you provide for each channel is the foundation of your online campaign. If you aren't putting in the effort to ensure it looks good and is of high-quality, you will not perform as well as your competitors.
Product Data Feeds which aren't optimized:
Check out this article on data feed optimization from Conversific, which looks at the reasons why optimization is vital to PPC Managers and Digital Marketers who want to deliver improved results to their ecommerce sales.
When improving the quality of your product feed, the primary step is to ensure that it meets these individual requirements of your chosen sales channels. Once this is done though, there are plenty more ways to optimize, adding richness and value to your product data feeds.
As an example, improving your product titles is often the first place to start. Ensuring you are removing text that isn't necessary while including important keywords and brand names at the start can make a difference.
Each channel, like Google Shopping, Facebook or Amazon, will have certain feed requirements which differ from other channels. That's why we help tailor your product feed content and provide pre-built templates to ensure your listings are performing as well as they possibly can - consistently delivering better Return On Investment (ROI).
This refers to the product data already listed on your online store. Although just a starting point for further optimization, it's important that the initial import of your feed includes relevant categories.
This will include basic factors like titles, descriptions, prices, url, image links etc. If you don't have a product feed, or are missing certain information like GTINs - WakeupData provide a webcrawling service which can get hold of all the information for you.
The product image also plays a key role in convincing your audience to make that purchase decision. It's important to make sure the image is the right resolution and meets the size requirements of each channel. On top of that though, Image Transformation tools can add eye-catching designs like borders, promotions, logos and pricing - to give your images an edge over your competitors.
It may seem like there is a lot to handle for e-commerce merchants and online store owners trying to sell on various sales channels.
That's why product feed optimization tools are used to help you manage your product feed is a simple, easy-to-use way. Check out this ecommerce feed management tool comparison sheet to see which may be the tool for your business.
These platforms are designed to provide a single place where users can import feeds, optimize product feeds and add valuable information, manage and schedule their inventories and export to comparison shopping, affiliate marketing, social media or search engine advertising channels.
WakeupData is data feed management platform, which helps merchants on Magento, Shopify, WooCommerce, Prestashop and more, to optimize their product data feed for Google, Amazon, Facebook and hundreds of other shopping channels worldwide.
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