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Automizing sub-accounts and feeds in a multi-client account

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My website is a marketplace with around 750 individual sellers. Recently we applied for a multi-client account and due to our company as a marketplace we were provided with one. After logging into the multi-client account I see that you must manually create each sub-account and submit the feeds per sub-account.

 

Currently we have feeds for the UK, USA, Netherlands and Belgium. Therefore we would need to create 750 sub-accounts and manually upload 4 feeds per account. Which means creating 3000 individual feeds. We would also have to manually update the accounts as soon as a new seller joins our marketplace.

 

Is there a way for us to automize the creation of sub-accounts and submission of feeds?

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Re: Automizing sub-accounts and feeds in a multi-client account

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ftp or scheduled-fetch are two possible
methods to handle such feeds, at scale.
https://support.google.com/merchants/#topic=3404780

then, automatic-item-updates for minor revisions.

also, the content-api may be applied to such a use-case --
https://developers.google.com/shopping-content/

there is a separate forum for any related follow-up questions --
https://developers.google.com/shopping-content/forum/index

 

see also

https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/2796531

 

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Re: Automizing sub-accounts and feeds in a multi-client account

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ftp or scheduled-fetch are two possible
methods to handle such feeds, at scale.
https://support.google.com/merchants/#topic=3404780

then, automatic-item-updates for minor revisions.

also, the content-api may be applied to such a use-case --
https://developers.google.com/shopping-content/

there is a separate forum for any related follow-up questions --
https://developers.google.com/shopping-content/forum/index

 

see also

https://support.google.com/merchants/answer/2796531