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Posting Inventory to Google Storefront

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I am completely confused in setting up a Google Storefrontt from my inventory on eBay and ETSY.  Does anyone know of a phone support number for Google that may help me.  I am ready to throw my hands up and quit it is so complicated for those of us who have little computer knowledge.



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marketplace items (e.g. ebay, etsy, etc.) simply cannot be
submitted by individual merchants; rather, the marketplace
must submit items on your behalf.

a merchant-center-account is not needed nor allowed --
be certain to delete any and all such feeds from any
existing merchant-center-account, so that the account
is currently quiescent.

then, simply contact the individual marketplace
to ask how to set-up the individual marketplace
shop so that the marketplace might submit an
up-to-date physical inventory list on your behalf;

e.g. contact etsy or ebay support directly.

note that submitting the same physical inventory,
you own, from multiple domains is generally also
not allowed and will create self-competition within
the product-listing-ads auctions -- be certain to
choose only one (marketplace) site to submit items

for listing on google-shopping (product-listing-ads)

if the same similar items exist on multiple sites.


as an aside, google-shopping is not a storefront --

currently, nothing can be purchased directly on

google-shopping; rather, google-shopping simply

lists adwords (product-listing) ads that are created

by google using submitted physical inventory lists

and are shown based on winning an ad auction.

details are currently here --