Ads on the Google platform used to be paid but with the pandemic Google Shopping started offering the option of free advertisement. Paying ads now appear at the top and bottom of the screen while free ads are listed in the middle.
To facilitate this process we integrated Kyte with Google Shopping through the feed of the online catalog, this way any changes made in the app will be automatically transferred to your Google Merchant Center and your ads.
Go into the Online Catalog menu and tap on Social Media & Others.
Tap on Integrate with partners.
On this menu you will have access to all platforms Kyte is integrated with. Select Google Shopping. See here how you integrate with Facebook and Instagram.
Copy the link for integration.
Tap on Access Google Shopping to be redirected to Google’s Merchant Center.
⚠ The steps must be done on a PC, if on a mobile device change the browser to the desktop version. You will find this option in the three dots at the top right of the Android browser and in the "aA" at the top left of Safari in iOS. ⚠
Log into your Google account, if you still don't have one, click here to create it.
To link the feed, you need to register your Kyte website in Tools > Business information.
In the About your business tab, insert the link in the URL field.
After that insert the link on the Website tab to verify and claim your shop’s website. Add the link used to access your online catalog, for example https://eat-healthy.kyte.site/ and tap on Continue.
⚠ If you get an error message or the website is not verified, try again in a few seconds and if necessary remove the / at the end of the link. ⚠
Tap on Products on the menu in the left of the screen and select Upload multiple products.
Select the country, language and destinations where your products will be advertised.
Add a name to your feed and select Scheduled fetch.
Select the frequency of the update and paste the integration link in the field File URL. Tap on Create feed.
The process won’t start immediately but you can request an upload by tapping on Fetch Now.
If issues occur, they will be listed and you can see more details by tapping on Diagnostics. Here are some tips on how to avoid and correct errors on your feed.
💡 As the product data can take up to 30 minutes to update, we suggest waiting the necessary time so that the feed is not duplicated.
Below the statistics you will see the reasons for the errors. Tap on View examples to see which products have been affected.
Fix the issues you can and tap on Re-process feed.
There you go! Now you can keep track of how much attention your products are getting and make more informed decisions about the future of your business.