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Magento Product Page Issue in Google Shopping

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So I'm working with a product in Magento. At my company, we list the part number in the title. The product I'm working with right now has 3 sizes. Each size has a different part number. So the title only has one part number (of the size small). So when you search the product in Google Shopping for the part number (of medium or large size), I don't get my company's product page. What's the solution to getting the product page to come up in Google Shopping when people search for the part number of the other sizes?

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products that have multiple sizes are considered variants.

to submit (multiple) variants, all variant rules and policies must be followed.

for example, all items in the variant group must be submitted
with identical item_group_id values, a proper variant (size)
attribute with a single value, and an identical, common, title

with an optional variant part; the individual link url value for

each landing-page should preselect an exact variant;
New widget in size small
New widget in size large

otherwise, such variants cannot be submitted.

any global-trade-data (mpn, gtin, brand) submitted must be assigned
by the manufacturer -- self-assigned global-trade-data is not allowed.

results within google-shopping are then determined by the
bid and quality -- mainly the quality of the data submitted.


bid strategies may also be used to influence auction results --

for example, bidding higher for all large size items.

as to magento submitting the proper (variant) information that
follows all google's rules and policies -- the best likely course is
to contact whoever is supporting the exact version of magento
being used, or the exact magento-plugin being used, or possibly
ask in the magento forums; generally, google does not directly
support any third-party applications such as magento.

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