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How to display the products in google shopping?

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This is the first test to add products in google shopping. I don't know how to display it when I search it in google shopping.

Is there anyone can tell me what more steps I need to do?


The attached is the products in the merchant center.

The following is the google RSS2.0 code I used.


<?xml version="1.0"?>
<rss version="2.0"

<title>Elecrow Bazaar</title>
<description>Elecrow bazaar, Make your making more easy</description>

<title>Crowtail- Hall Sensor</title>


<description>The Crowtail- Hall Sensor uses the Allegro(tm) A1101 Hall-effect switches are next generation replacements for the popular Allegro312x and 314x lines of unipolar switches.It measures the Hall Effect, which is a production of a voltage difference across an electrical conductor, transverse to an electric current in the conductor as well as a magnetic field perpendicular to the current. The output of the continuous-time switch Hall sensor switches low(turns on) when a magnetic field (south polarity) perpendicular to the Hall sensor exceeds the BOP threshold, and it switches high( turn off) when the magnetic field disappears.</description>


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Re: How to display the products in google shopping?

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items show based on the bid and quality in the ad-auctions.

the items, images, website, supply-chain, business, and business-model,
must meet all google's rules, specifications, requirements, and policies,

to be eligible for the ad auctions.

for example, items must be shippable in a timely manner to users
within the registered feed's target-country, products must have
valid global-trade-data or identifier_exists set to FALSE, and
the website must adhere to all google's policies, including for
the entire checkout-flow when collecting user information --
among many other rules and policies.

items must have a seachable status and match a product-group
within an active shopping-campaign, before being assigned a bid.


new items may take 72-hours or so before being reviewed for policy issues.

check the individual item's status by clicking
on the item's title under the products-tab and
clicking on any link under the technical-details.

also, check the current-issues section under the diagnostics-tab for
specific account, data-feed, and items (website) issues -- by clicking
on each of the blue-boxed or flagged errors, warnings, or notifications.

importantly, items cannot be verified by searching on google-shopping.

to verify products are showing, be certain to inspect the impression data
directly within the shopping-campaign, rather than any actual searches --
which can be skewed, adversely effect long-term auction performance, rank,
and cost-per-click, by lowering click-through-rates as no positive actions
are taken when the ads are shown, and do not necessarily show what others
may be seeing.


if any item, image, website, supply-chain, business, business-model,
or any submitted data, do not meet all google's rules and policies then,

items may be removed from the auctions and never show.

otherwise, if the item is still not showing any impressions or clicks
then, a merchant-center product-listing-ads support-specialist at

google may be contacted directly --

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