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How to Promote My Houzz Products on Google Shopping?

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We Sell On Houzz. Now we want to promote our Houzz Products Listing on Google Shopping but the problem is with the website verification and claiming. Since Houzz is a third-party marketplace how can we verify our Houzz Store?

I have seen Google Shopping Ads from Houzz.

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Re: How to Promote My Houzz Products on Google Shopping?

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that sounds correct, by design.

generally, google does not allow individual sellers to
promote products on google-shopping or submit any

data for shopping-ads.

usually, websites cannot be verified or claimed for the merchant-center,
unless the website domain is owned -- google does not allow individual

sellers from a marketplace to submit shopping-ad product-data and a

merchant-center-account should not be used.

rather, google requires that the marketplace submit
a seller's product-data, on behalf of each seller --
using a merchant-center-multi-client-account.

if shopping-ads have been seen from the marketplace --
for details on how the marketplace submits individual
seller data, to google, for their sellers, either directly
or indirectly, the best likely course would be to contact
the marketplace-support organization directly; in this case,
houzz-support.

see also
https://help.houzz.com/s/professional-support?language=en_US

 

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Re: How to Promote My Houzz Products on Google Shopping?

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Top Contributor

 

that sounds correct, by design.

generally, google does not allow individual sellers to
promote products on google-shopping or submit any

data for shopping-ads.

usually, websites cannot be verified or claimed for the merchant-center,
unless the website domain is owned -- google does not allow individual

sellers from a marketplace to submit shopping-ad product-data and a

merchant-center-account should not be used.

rather, google requires that the marketplace submit
a seller's product-data, on behalf of each seller --
using a merchant-center-multi-client-account.

if shopping-ads have been seen from the marketplace --
for details on how the marketplace submits individual
seller data, to google, for their sellers, either directly
or indirectly, the best likely course would be to contact
the marketplace-support organization directly; in this case,
houzz-support.

see also
https://help.houzz.com/s/professional-support?language=en_US