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Not appearing under Sellers filter in Shopping results?

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Hi there,

Could I know why our company is not displaying under the Google Shopping 'Seller' ?

As we have many products displaying there as other Sellers.

 

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Regards,

Jin

 

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first, be certain that the company name is not within any submitted data --
the seller name should be accurately set in the merchant-center-account
and not within any submitted data, such the brand attribute.

the store's brand name, set in the account, is added automatically
by google, to all items submitted and is used for the left-hand-side
seller's list -- not the brand attribute or any submitted (feed) data.

that said, the sellers-list is generated automatically --
mainly using statistical data over time, a user's search
history, and the search-terms for a specific session;
the seller-lists cannot be forced by merchants.

the seller's listed within the google-shopping sidebar, like all google's
(left-hand-side) features, are generated automatically and dynamically.

also, as a seller improves their overall performance over time, google's
cumulative statistical data of a seller's performance and multiple user's
behavior, may improve the likelihood that their name may be added to
the seller's list -- over many days, weeks, months or years.

generally, the more users search for a specific seller or for products
sold by a specific seller, the more related data is accumulated and
the better chance the auto-generated lists may include that seller.

the left-hand-side lists are auto-generated based on
a probability-distribution that is known only to google.

at one time, google exposed their shopping-search-api, and allowed
a particular seller-name's probability-distribution to be seen as it
grew over time, as more users searched for a seller's name or
for products sold by a particular group of sellers; the statistical
distribution and the likelihood of showing up on the seller-list
could be better estimated; however, google retired that api

and no longer exposes such details.

currently, there is no way to force a merchant or a
merchant's details to be part of any left-hand-side
lists within any google-shopping domain -- the lists

are based mainly on a combination of search-terms

and historic statistical data over time.

 

 

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Accepted by topic author Jin W
October

Not appearing under Sellers filter in Shopping results?

[ Edited ]
Top Contributor
# 2
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first, be certain that the company name is not within any submitted data --
the seller name should be accurately set in the merchant-center-account
and not within any submitted data, such the brand attribute.

the store's brand name, set in the account, is added automatically
by google, to all items submitted and is used for the left-hand-side
seller's list -- not the brand attribute or any submitted (feed) data.

that said, the sellers-list is generated automatically --
mainly using statistical data over time, a user's search
history, and the search-terms for a specific session;
the seller-lists cannot be forced by merchants.

the seller's listed within the google-shopping sidebar, like all google's
(left-hand-side) features, are generated automatically and dynamically.

also, as a seller improves their overall performance over time, google's
cumulative statistical data of a seller's performance and multiple user's
behavior, may improve the likelihood that their name may be added to
the seller's list -- over many days, weeks, months or years.

generally, the more users search for a specific seller or for products
sold by a specific seller, the more related data is accumulated and
the better chance the auto-generated lists may include that seller.

the left-hand-side lists are auto-generated based on
a probability-distribution that is known only to google.

at one time, google exposed their shopping-search-api, and allowed
a particular seller-name's probability-distribution to be seen as it
grew over time, as more users searched for a seller's name or
for products sold by a particular group of sellers; the statistical
distribution and the likelihood of showing up on the seller-list
could be better estimated; however, google retired that api

and no longer exposes such details.

currently, there is no way to force a merchant or a
merchant's details to be part of any left-hand-side
lists within any google-shopping domain -- the lists

are based mainly on a combination of search-terms

and historic statistical data over time.