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Hi 

 

Can anyone help? I have a client that has 2 separate websites but the product feed goes into 1 feed. They have a one merchant centre account with the feed in there. The products are being shown fine for one of the accounts but nothing for the other account. Looking in google.com/shopping I can only find one store and that's the store the product feed is working for.

 

Is there a solution to this or is it as simple as keep the feed separate?  

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September 2015

Re: Google shopping one feed two websites

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google allows only one website per merchant --
so the merchant-center-account, by default,
supports only one website.

submitting multiple similar products from multiple websites
or submitting multiple similar websites are policy violations,
and are grounds for either disapproval or suspension from

the program at any time.

in the specific cases where multiple website are supported --
such as aggregators, marketplaces, separate websites per
target-country domains, or completely different sites with
completely different inventory with no overlap whatsoever,
a multi-client merchant-center-account may be requested.

a multi-client-merchant-center-account does support
multiple sites and each site must be claimed under a
different sub-account with different registered feeds.

 

if a multi-client-account is requested google will convert

the default account into a multi-client-account so that

multiple websites can be submitted and seen within

the linked adwords account.

 

however, be certain to not submit multiple similar sites

or any similar inventory from multiple sites -- regardless

of the type or number of accounts -- to prevent disapproval

or a potentially (permanent) suspension from the program;

google is the final arbiter of similar sites and similar inventory.

 

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Accepted by MosheTLV (Top Contributor)
September 2015

Re: Google shopping one feed two websites

[ Edited ]
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# 2
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google allows only one website per merchant --
so the merchant-center-account, by default,
supports only one website.

submitting multiple similar products from multiple websites
or submitting multiple similar websites are policy violations,
and are grounds for either disapproval or suspension from

the program at any time.

in the specific cases where multiple website are supported --
such as aggregators, marketplaces, separate websites per
target-country domains, or completely different sites with
completely different inventory with no overlap whatsoever,
a multi-client merchant-center-account may be requested.

a multi-client-merchant-center-account does support
multiple sites and each site must be claimed under a
different sub-account with different registered feeds.

 

if a multi-client-account is requested google will convert

the default account into a multi-client-account so that

multiple websites can be submitted and seen within

the linked adwords account.

 

however, be certain to not submit multiple similar sites

or any similar inventory from multiple sites -- regardless

of the type or number of accounts -- to prevent disapproval

or a potentially (permanent) suspension from the program;

google is the final arbiter of similar sites and similar inventory.