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Product groupping on Shopping search results

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I want to know why are these three products (here) displayed as one (Zegucom Computo), because they all have different SKUs and different part numbers, two of them are the same producto, but one of them is not, no I don't see the pattern here. What am I missing? Why is it showing the one with the highest price? Is it an error? As far as I understand, the one in the red circle should be the only one beign displayed.

 

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Product groupping on Shopping search results

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showing ancillary or other offers grouped together is usually due to --

(a) the merchant has inadvertently submitted improper information,
such as re-using or re-assigning id values to multiple physical items,
submitting improper global-trade-data, etc.

(b) the items are valid but google has decided that the other
items offer some benefit to the user, based on their search
behavior over time, or other external factors, such as bundled
offers, variants, similar items, etc.

google decides the format and display of all shopping-ads --

simply be certain to follow all google's published rules, policies,

guidelines, and best-practices.

 

potential policy violations by others may be reported to google.

 

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Product groupping on Shopping search results

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showing ancillary or other offers grouped together is usually due to --

(a) the merchant has inadvertently submitted improper information,
such as re-using or re-assigning id values to multiple physical items,
submitting improper global-trade-data, etc.

(b) the items are valid but google has decided that the other
items offer some benefit to the user, based on their search
behavior over time, or other external factors, such as bundled
offers, variants, similar items, etc.

google decides the format and display of all shopping-ads --

simply be certain to follow all google's published rules, policies,

guidelines, and best-practices.

 

potential policy violations by others may be reported to google.