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Product Listing Ads for Different Country

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# 1
Visitor ✭ ✭ ✭

Hello

 

I want to setup shopping campaign for one of my client. We want to target India and USA. In my site we have displayed price in USD and INR both. My question is how can i set the feed that f someone searches for USA than prices will be shown in USD and if some one searches from India than prices will be shown in India. Is there any code that we can add for both price. Or do I need to create seprate feed and merchant account for both country. 

 

And my second question is in our site our product prices are updated daily. So what is the way to setup dynamic  product feed so when we change the price it will be automatically change in our feed.

 

Looking forward for some guideance.

 

Thanks & Regards

Bhavik

 

 

 

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Accepted by MosheTLV (Top Contributor)
September 2015

Re: Product Listing Ads for Different Country

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# 2
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Hi Bhavik

1. In order to target two countries you need two feeds that target each
country.

Your feeds will need to match those specifications set out for the
countries in question.

https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/188494?hl=en-GB

This link will take you to the relevant page, by selecting the drop down
box in the lower right hand corner you can change the page for the country
you require.

The landing page needs to be in the currency and language that is used for
the target of the feed at all times.

2. In order to keep up to date with changes in your site, you can schedule
an upload of your feed to Google, depending on how you submit your feed at
present. If your website generates a feed for you and places this on a URL
then you can ask for Google to pick this up shortly after your price
changes and your feed is generated to refresh prices in the feed.

If you manually create or alter your feed in anyway, you will need to make
these changes yourself and either export the data and make the changes then
upload through ftp or manually through the dashboard.


--
Tom Wilson
Freelance Google Merchant Center & Adwords Consultant

Blog & Services - www.tomthedeveloper.com

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September 2015

Re: Product Listing Ads for Different Country

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Hi Bhavik

Its better to not upload them in your feed, however, you can once uploaded
go to the products area of your Merchant Center dashboard and locate the
item ( you can do this by ID Lookup) and delete the product.

--
Tom Wilson
Freelance Google Merchant Center & Adwords Consultant

Blog & Services - www.tomthedeveloper.com

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Re: Product Listing Ads for Different Country

Participant ✭ ✭ ☆
# 2
Participant ✭ ✭ ☆
Hi Bhavik

1. In order to target two countries you need two feeds that target each
country.

Your feeds will need to match those specifications set out for the
countries in question.

https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/188494?hl=en-GB

This link will take you to the relevant page, by selecting the drop down
box in the lower right hand corner you can change the page for the country
you require.

The landing page needs to be in the currency and language that is used for
the target of the feed at all times.

2. In order to keep up to date with changes in your site, you can schedule
an upload of your feed to Google, depending on how you submit your feed at
present. If your website generates a feed for you and places this on a URL
then you can ask for Google to pick this up shortly after your price
changes and your feed is generated to refresh prices in the feed.

If you manually create or alter your feed in anyway, you will need to make
these changes yourself and either export the data and make the changes then
upload through ftp or manually through the dashboard.


--
Tom Wilson
Freelance Google Merchant Center & Adwords Consultant

Blog & Services - www.tomthedeveloper.com

Re: Product Listing Ads for Different Country

Visitor ✭ ✭ ✭
# 3
Visitor ✭ ✭ ✭
Hello

Thanks for your reply.
I found the option in my merchant center of feed for different country.

For automatically feed updation we are looking to generate xml version of feed. So is there any option in merchant center that whenever our feed is updated it automatically gets submitted.

And how to restrict some products from appearing in Google?

Re: Product Listing Ads for Different Country

Participant ✭ ✭ ☆
# 4
Participant ✭ ✭ ☆
There is no such thing at present for them to automatically upload when you
make changes. The best option is to have the feed uploaded by the means
best suited by you, url retrieval, manual upload or ftp or the xml. If your
prices change at a specific time of day, then it would be best to schedule
the feed to be uploaded shortly after. Bare in mind that there is a delay
to process the feed, so prices may contradict at certain periods, however,
it is important to keep your prices as accurate as possible.

--
Tom Wilson
Freelance Google Merchant Center & Adword Consultant

Blog & Services - www.tomthedeveloper.com

Re: Product Listing Ads for Different Country

Visitor ✭ ✭ ✭
# 5
Visitor ✭ ✭ ✭
Thank you so much for your help.

Is there any option in product listing ads to restrict it in appearing from search result. If we have updated some product in feed but we doesn't want to display that product in Google. So how to restrict some product.?
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September 2015

Re: Product Listing Ads for Different Country

Participant ✭ ✭ ☆
# 6
Participant ✭ ✭ ☆
Hi Bhavik

Its better to not upload them in your feed, however, you can once uploaded
go to the products area of your Merchant Center dashboard and locate the
item ( you can do this by ID Lookup) and delete the product.

--
Tom Wilson
Freelance Google Merchant Center & Adwords Consultant

Blog & Services - www.tomthedeveloper.com