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To Increase Google Product Feeds

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Hello,

 

How should I increase my websites products feeds limit?

Is there any need to increase website traffic or awareness in search engine to increase feed limits?

Can you please explain me google policy to increase feeds limits merchant center account?

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a single feed supports up to 100,000 items or so.

a direct upload limits the file size to 20mb --
but up to a 1gb file may be uploaded via a
scheduled-fetch or ftp.

if the registered feed (file) has reached
a limit, another feed may be registered --
be certain id values are unique across
all registered feeds.

otherwise, if a limit is still reached
then, a support specialist at google
must be contacted.

perhaps importantly, all items submitted as in stock
must currently be in the on-hand physical inventory
of the merchant.

 

see also

https://support.google.com/merchants#topic=3404780

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Re: To Increase Google Product Feeds

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Hi,
you can call the phone support or fill up the form shared in the link:
https://support.google.com/merchants/contact/additional_items


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a single feed supports up to 100,000 items or so.

a direct upload limits the file size to 20mb --
but up to a 1gb file may be uploaded via a
scheduled-fetch or ftp.

if the registered feed (file) has reached
a limit, another feed may be registered --
be certain id values are unique across
all registered feeds.

otherwise, if a limit is still reached
then, a support specialist at google
must be contacted.

perhaps importantly, all items submitted as in stock
must currently be in the on-hand physical inventory
of the merchant.

 

see also

https://support.google.com/merchants#topic=3404780