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Pausing Products in Shopping feed, filtered by Price?

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What is the quickest way for me to pause a selection of product in my Product Feed to stop appearing, via Adwords? I want to pause anything which is sold at £80 or under. Thanks,

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Re: Pausing Products in Shopping feed, filtered by Price?

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Hello London A,

The best thing you can do is to use Custom Label in your feed. This way you can label all products with price equal or less than £80.

After your label is present in your feed, you jump to your Adwords Account, to your campaign -> Product Groups tab -> All products and click on Edit.
After that add only products with this custom label and control CPC just over these products.

Alex

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Ok, thanks.. apologies, but can I assign a custom label, simply in Adwords?

I was trying to avoid having to amend the feed and re-upload it into the Merchant Center (if that is the case, I could just as easily remove the products I don't want when I re-upload the feed)?

I was really just thinking there was somewhere in Adwords where I can sort the product, arrange by price and untick what I don't want.

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You need to do that in your Data Feed, depending on how you have connected your products to Google Merchant you need to add custom_labels_0, 1,2,3,4

XML, Text delimited, Plugin, SaaS, APP

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normally, as was indicated, this is done within the feed.

however, if feed modifications are not wanted
a script might be able to accomplish the task --
especially now that the content-api is available
within scripts.

asking in the scripts forum before settling on
the feed modifications might be an alternative,

depending on the details --

https://developers.google.com/adwords/scripts/community/

see also
https://developers.google.com/adwords/scripts/