Google Product Feed.

Providing a Google Shopping Feed.

You can use a Google Product Feed with Salesfire, however, we strongly recommend where possible that you generate a Salesfire Product feed which provides more flexibility and accuracy of data.

If you opt to using a Google Product Feed please ensure it's in the following format:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<rss version="2.0" xmlns:g="http://base.google.com/ns/1.0" xmlns:c="http://base.google.com/cns/1.0">
<channel>
<title>Salesfire Google Product Feed</title>
<link>www.salesfire.co.uk</link>
<description>Salesfire Google Product Feed</description>
<item>
<!-- Required -->
<id>6303</id> <!-- (g:id is also valid) -->
<g:item_group_id>2340</g:item_group_id> <!-- (if it has a parent) -->
<title><![CDATA[Product Title]]></title>
<description><![CDATA[This is my product description.]]></description>
<link><![CDATA[https://www.example.com/products/my-product]]></link> <!-- (g:link is also valid) -->
<g:image_link><![CDATA[https://images.example.com/products/my-product-31304.jpg]]></g:image_link> <!-- (g:additional_image_link is also valid) -->
<g:price>1299.00 GBP</g:price>
<g:sale_price>1199.00 GBP</g:sale_price>
<g:availability>in stock</g:availability> <!-- "in stock" or "out of stock" -->

<!-- Optional but recommended -->
<g:color><![CDATA[blue]]></g:color>
<g:gender><![CDATA[female]]></g:gender>
<g:age_group><![CDATA[adult]]></g:age_group>
<g:brand><![CDATA[Brand Name]]></g:brand>
<g:google_product_category><![CDATA[My Category > My Sub category > And another category]]></g:google_product_category>
<g:mpn><![CDATA[P4AD3F]]></g:mpn>
<g:gtin><![CDATA[3529475250]]></g:gtin>
<c:sku><![CDATA[PRODUCT5303]]></c:sku>
<c:parent_title><![CDATA[Product Title]]></c:parent_title>
</item>
</channel>

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